Explore the Greenhouse Gas Removal Demonstrators (GGR-D) Programme
UKRI is funding CO2RE and five interdisciplinary GGR Demonstrator projects, each researching a GGR method over the next four years.
The results will be used to shape government decision-making on the most effective technologies to help the UK tackle climate change and reach net zero. Find out about each GGR project via the interactive map and by watching the video below.
Please note that locations are not exact.
- Enhanced Rock Weathering
- Perennial Biomass Crops
- Woodland Creation & Management
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Use of co-pyrolised biochar in Carbon-Negative Hydrogen Production (HyBECCS) from bio-organic wastes
Evolved aquatic microbial communities to sequester atmospheric CO2
Methane removal and remediation using chlorine radicals
Enzyme-enhanced carbon capture and storage solutions in basaltic rock
What is Greenhouse Gas Removal?
Our FAQ page answers questions around Greenhouse Gas Removal, including why we need it, what the different types of GGR are and how they can be pursued.
CO2RE holds a £1 million Flexible Fund which will be used to fill in gaps and needs identified in the GGR community during the lifetime of the Programme. The fund will support work to address research and engagement gaps through three approaches.
Browse the latest publications from members of the CO2RE team, including articles in leading journals, policy briefings and reports on a range of aspects relating to GGR.
Event date - June 18, 2024
CO₂RE is hosting the 3rd International Conference on Negative CO₂ Emissions Read more
Event date - November 7, 2023
Join a panel of experts to explore the risks, opportunities, perceptions and governance challenges of marine Carbon Dioxide Removal (CDR). Read more