TONNE OF CO₂
Curbing global temperature rise to 1.5°C by 2050 will take commitment, partnership and tonnes of carbon removal. That’s why 1PointFive is working closely with leading organizations to develop practical pathways to decarbonization.
SO HOW MUCH CO₂
MUST THE WORLD
MORE THAN THE HOOVER DAM COULD HOLD.
The Hoover Dam could hold the equivalent volume of approximately 67 million tonnes of CO₂.
GLOBALLY, WE EMIT THAT MUCH CO₂ ABOUT EVERY 13 HOURS.
MILLION TONNES OF CO₂
A STADIUM FULL.
EVERY SEVEN SECONDS.
An average football stadium’s volume is approximately 90 million cubic feet—that’s equivalent to approximately 4,700 tonnes of CO₂. IPCC analyses find that up to 20,000 million tonnes per year (MTPA) of CO₂ will need to be removed from the atmosphere to achieve global climate targets by 2050. That means removing a stadium full of CO₂ every seven seconds.
TONNES OF CO₂
AT 500,000 TONNES PER YEAR.
Net zero is a big challenge but we have some of the best teams and technologies working the problem—including construction of the world's largest direct air capture facility. 1PointFive is developing what will be the world’s largest Direct Air Capture facility. The 500,000 tonne facility is expected to be operational in mid-2025. Thinking big. Working together. That's how you make a difference.