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Mark Turner

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 Climate Change

Mark Turner has worked as a communications director, speechwriter and strategic advisor for many international organisations and initiatives (Carnegie Climate Governance Initiative, International Renewable Energy Agency, UN Refugee Agency, UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Aid, and more). He also served as a foreign correspondent for the Financial Times, as an NGO advocate (Avaaz), and led humanitarian outreach after the Haiti earthquake.

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Mark Turner

How can we create carbon removal communities?

Large-scale carbon removal has a communications problem, and overcoming it is proving a significant obstacle to achieving international climate goals. The notion that humanity needs not only to stop emitting but also to start cleaning up the carbon it has already emitted is well established in the science, but in practice it has become a source of distrust between civil society and the companies that would pay for and develop it.

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