The Carbon Removal Suite

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The Voluntary Carbon Market is a crucial tool in enabling organizations’ efforts to reduce and remove carbon. As guidance evolves, we understand the importance of removals in both a short- and long-term climate strategy. Coupled with ongoing reduction efforts, removals will be key to reaching net zero emissions by 2050. That said, organizations looking to begin incorporating carbon removals into their strategy are faced with huge challenges, from cost-prohibitive prices to limited supply.

To address these growing challenges, 3Degrees developed the Carbon Removal Suite, a simplified and risk adjusted portfolio approach to achieving GHG emissions goals with two distinct offerings: CDR Bridge and CDR Catalyst. 

Two Portfolios

CDR Bridge offers immediate access to verified carbon removals, predominantly nature-based, complemented by a curated selection of emerging and innovative project types. CDR Bridge allows organizations to engage with the removal market affordably today. CDR Bridge will evolve in line with current industry guidance for integrating high-durability removals into carbon removal procurement over time.

CDR Catalyst provides an opportunity for customers to further accelerate their commitment to emerging and innovative removal solutions. With more aggressive percentages of emerging removals project types, supporting CDR Catalyst sends a clear signal to the market, underlining the need for expansion in these categories and enabling a catalytic impact on the development of new carbon removal approaches.

*CDR = Carbon Dioxide Removal

As the demand for carbon removal technology grows, its role in achieving a net zero future becomes increasingly crucial. The Carbon Removal Suite presents a solution that combines affordability with project quality, ensuring your contributions to carbon removal are credible.



Key Advantages

Support the advancement of CDR approaches
Align with third-party guidance
Balance affordability with premium project quality

Industry Guidance

In line with expert third-party guidance on carbon removals, such as Oxford University’s Principles for Net Zero Aligned Carbon Offsetting, the 3Degrees Carbon Removal Suite is designed to evolve. We are committed to enhancing each product’s portfolio over time by increasing the proportion of removal credits with lower reversal risks. This ensures each product remains at the forefront of effective and sustainable carbon removal strategies, offering your organization a robust solution to strengthen your decarbonization strategies.

Source: The Oxford Principles for Net Zero Aligned Carbon Offsetting 

*The portfolio compositions are illustrative and intended to demonstrate the planned progression of the suite over time. Actual future blends may vary based on market developments and emerging technologies.

Explore the Solutions

  • Projects that extend harvest rotations and practice selective management in order to sequester more carbon dioxide than common industrial timber management
  • Portfolio consists of credits from IFM projects from new forest growth which removes carbon dioxide from the atmosphere
  • Timber managers make a long term commitment to maintain this carbon storage

Durability: At least 40 years

  • Projects that establish new forests, reestablish deforested areas, or restore degraded land by planting trees or shrubs
  • Trees and shrubs sequester carbon as they grow, storing it in their woody biomass. 

Durability: At least 20 years

  • Biomass feedstocks typically decompose and release the carbon they’ve removed back into the atmosphere.
  • Our projects convert this biomass into a stable material called biochar, a carbon-rich substance and prevents it from being released into the atmosphere.

Durability: 100-1,000 years

  • Concrete is the most used building material in the world, and responsible for 7-10% of global emissions.
  • Our projects mineralize CO2 in concrete, which reacts with mineral compounds to lock in calcium carbonate (limestone). This results in one of the most durable forms of carbon storage known today.

Durability: 1,000+ years

  • Projects that remove carbon from the air and store it in rocks.
  • Rocks and minerals naturally bind CO2 in a process called weathering. ERW projects accelerate the weathering process by using the most reactive minerals, increasing the surface area, and applying it to optimal soil conditions.

Durability: 1,000+ years

  • Projects that capture and permanently store CO2 when converting biomass into fuel or energy production.
  • One of the only carbon removal solutions that also produces energy, BECCS projects provide an important climate co-benefit of energy decarbonization.

Durability: 1,000+ years