Carbon-removal registry verifies its first project

Carbon-removal registry verifies its first project
Carbon removal could help clean up legacy emissions, but startups need to verify that their technology works. (Image: Bloomberg)
Bloomberg
By Michelle Ma, with assistance from Ben ElginCarbon-removal registry Isometric launched this week, issuing its first credits to the Stripe-led fund dubbed Frontier. The number of tons Isometric has verified so far is small compared to traditional carbon-offset registries, but it could be a step toward fixing an industry recently besieged by controversy.Isometric’s first verified removals come from Vaulted Deep, a company that uses a slurry injection technology to sequester carbon-filled organic waste deep underground. A number...

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