Finding Hope Amid Climate Despair: Navigating the Path To 1.5°

“A quick glance at the news and it’s easy to give into despair about the state of the climate crisis.

Field Notes: The Importance of Weather in Enhanced Rock Weathering

A well-known part of the Scottish psyche is impermanence. We believe everything changes and nothing good lasts forever. After growing

Navigating the Financial and Logistical Challenges of MRV

UNDO is on a mission to capture CO₂ from the atmosphere. But how do we make visible our capturing of

Achieving the Sustainable Development Goals Through Enhanced Rock Weathering

Established by the United Nations in 2015, the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are a call to action to end poverty,

Celebrating Women in STEM Day at UNDO

February 11th is International Day for Women in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) or Women in STEM Day. We

Wilder Podcast Crushing Rocks for the Climate: Enhanced Weathering with Ben Westcott

Join us on the ‘Wilder Podcast’ for an engaging episode ‘Crushing Rocks for the Climate: Enhanced Weathering with Ben Westcott.’

From Dark Matter to ‘dark matter’

My journey to becoming the Head of Science and Research for the leading carbon sequestration company – UNDO was not

Four Ways to Cut the Carbon From Your Christmas Celebrations

Last-minute shopping for the forgotten secret santa. Glitter-covered wrapping paper nabbed at the check-out. An extra bag of Brussels sprouts,

Climate Change Documentaries and Podcasts for Your List

From habitat loss and species extinction to industrial impact and humanitarian emergencies, climate change is at the centre of so

5 Ways to Reduce Your Carbon Footprint Every Day

1. Minimise food waste According to the charity Waste and Resources Action Programme, U.K. households produced 6.6 million tonnes of

How to Cope with Climate Anxiety

In recent years, ‘climate anxiety’ has gained traction in our collective vocabulary. Sometimes called ‘eco-anxiety,’ it’s defined by the American

Six Books About Climate Change You Have to Read

The written word has long been our go-to way of understanding the world around us, and as collective concern about