Science Special - Direct Air Capture Economics

After a long week, it's finally (Science) Friday -- which means we share our favorite links on climate change and carbon removal with you.

The American Physics Society put out a great report on the technological feasibility of direct air capture, with special consideration to costs and energy considerations. 

La Follette School of Public Affairs put out this piece on direct air capture titled, "Willingness to Pay for a Climate Backstop: liquid fuel producers and direct CO2 capture" which maps the effect of direct air capture on the fuel industry. 

Finally, this non-scientific article from The Guardian explains the short term revenue constraints to direct air capture technology development.