Carbon emissions cause climate change. We harness the potential of carbon emissions to power regeneration of waste into sustainable, everyday products.
Carbon emissions are at the heart of the climate crisis. The total weight of stuff humans have made from cave people to the roaring twenties, pyramids and all, is around 30 billion tonnes….
We now make more than that in carbon emissions globally alone per year, every year.
Accounting for about two thirds of greenhouse gases, carbon emissions like carbon dioxide (CO2) are the most abundant pollutant with approximately 40 billion tonnes released into our atmosphere annually by human activities.
Greenhouse gas concentrations in the Earth’s atmosphere are at the highest levels in 2 million years, and they continue to rise. We are already seeing the devastating effects of climate change including rapidly declining biodiversity, rising sea levels, water scarcity, wildfires, flooding and other catastrophic weather events.
To battle climate change and avert its worst impacts, the Paris Agreement (2015) calls for substantial reductions of global greenhouse gas emissions to limit global warming to no more than 1.5°C. To achieve this, global greenhouse gas emissions need to be reduced by 45% by 2030, and reach net zero by 2050.
Destroying Carbon Emissions in Making Sustainable Materials.
We use carbon emissions, stopping it being emitted & convert it permanently into materials to make product. This gives the following benefits
Stops Carbon Emissions
Makes Cheaper, Cleaner Material
Releases energy; no added electricity
Rocket Power Fighting Climate Change
Our patented technology provides the realisation of carbon dioxide’s great power. Making carbon emissions useful as a fuel to convert waste materials ordinarily harmful to the environment. Harnessing carbon emissions power we use it to convert other waste streams into reusable, regenerated product, stopping its incineration, emission or land filling.
Our blueprint for dealing with climate change: we dream of a future where people wonder why we ever threw carbon emissions away.
Barton Blakeley is an Award winner of the AgRIA Grant 2019, Finalist of the New Energy Challenge 2022 and nominee to the Earthshot Prize 2022.