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Why is an abandoned mine on the AirMiners Wishlist?

August 09, 2023

Last week I hosted a private dinner with AirMiners Launchpad startup founders.

Actions beat hangouts, so I turned dinner into an action meeting.

I asked each person to name one thing on their wish list. "What would empower you to remove billion tons of carbon by 2030?". Then I got on my phone and texted and emailed the list to some of the people I go to with big challenges.

I want your help, too. It's the AirMiners Wish List.

  1. An abandoned mine anywhere west of the Mississippi for a new carbon removal experiment. link

  2. Financing for a $600,000 biochar pilot plant at a winery in California. link

  3. $100M to buy discounted carbon removal credits. link

  4. Permit for an above-ground container building in Nevada. link

  5. A campaign to amplify our message of removing 1 billion tons by 2030. link

  6. Empowering 5 AirMiners in Residence to build platforms sharing their authentic voices. link

  7. Delivery of 1,000 tons of dry biomass to an address in Nevada close to the California border. link

Can you help with these? Share this list with your network?

Also, what's on your wishlist? Where are you going to post and share your wishlist?


P.S. check out the AirMiners Wishlist

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