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Supercritical is the most buyer-centric carbon removal marketplace. Ambitious climate leaders use Supercritical to search for, understand, and secure a portfolio of impactful carbon removal credits, ultimately hitting their sustainability goals with confidence and efficiency.

We allow you to build a diverse portfolio of carbon removal offsets, offering seven carbon removal methods (and counting) varying in permanence, so you can take climate action today while investing in the technology for tomorrow.

Supercritical is de-risked by design with a rigorous scientific and commercial vetting process that minimises risk. Our in-house climate scientists evaluate projects against 100s of dimensions across environmental, market, and delivery risk categories before they are added to our marketplace.


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  • Afforestation, tree planting and the restoration of forests can protect biodiversity and help fight global climate change by removing large amounts of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere, if done well. ...
  • Direct air capture (DAC) is a chemical process to capture ambient CO₂ from the atmosphere. Captured CO₂ is then transported and stored underground in disused gas fields or in specific geological forma ...
  • Enhanced rock weathering (ERW) takes natural weathering of silicate rocks that removes & mineralizes atmospheric CO₂ and speeds it up dramatically. It does so by spreading crushed silicate rocks, maki ...
  • This process uses seawater electrolysis to capture and convert atmospheric CO₂ into two forms: carbonate solids (which can be used in construction) and dissolved bicarbonate ions that are permanently ...
  • Bio-oil has some similarities with biochar production. They both take waste or spare biomass and convert it to a highly stable form in a high temperature environment through pyrolysis process. The dif ...
  • Woody biomass sinking is a method that sequesters carbon by submerging leftover woody materials in the oxygen-depleted layer of the Black Sea (the anoxic layer), which is approximately 2 kilometers de ...