The Role of Carbon Removal in Achieving Net Zero: free webinar, March 8

A useful learning and networking opportunity for anyone interested in ESG: The Role of Carbon Removal in Achieving Net Zero free webinar on March 8.

We are pleased to invite you to a webinar hosted by Nasdaq and, focused on the importance of carbon removal in achieving net zero emissions.

In 2021, Nasdaq acquired a majority stake in, the world’s leading platform for carbon removal credits. Carbon removal refers to the process of removing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and storing it in a stable form, such as underground. It is a key tool for addressing climate change and achieving net zero emissions, as it helps offset the residual emissions that cannot be eliminated through reductions or traditional carbon offsets.

In this webinar, we will be discussing the role of carbon removal in companies’ net zero journeys and how Nasdaq and are collaborating to create a platform for financing these efforts through’s CO2 Removal Certificates (CORCs).

Our panel of experts will delve into the latest thinking on carbon removal and provide practical insights on how businesses can incorporate these approaches into their sustainability efforts.


Introduction: Fredrik Ekström, President, Nasdaq Stockholm

Overview of the carbon removal landscape: Robert Höglund, Climate Adviser, Marginal Carbon

Scalability of different carbon removal methods: Ted Christie-Miller, Head of Carbon Removal, BeZero Carbon

Introduction to Puro: Antti Vihavainen, CEO, Puro.Earth

Buyer perspective: Taylor Wright, Executive Director, Operational Sustainability, JPMorgan Chase & Co.

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