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Cloud-sourced diamonds

Everything we need to create a Sky Diamond comes from the sky. The carbon it’s made from is taken from the atmosphere, wind and sun provide all our energy, and the water we use is captured rain. The only thing we put back into the world is cleaner air than we took out.

Altocumulus lenticularis appear like UFOs over the Yorkshire Dales

Everything we need we take from the sky – including something we have too much of, CO2

We want to be clear – Sky Diamonds only lock away a modest amount of carbon. But by using carbon from the atmosphere to create diamonds, our technology turns a negative into a positive.

More importantly, by avoiding mining the Earth, each Sky Diamond has a considerably larger avoided carbon footprint. And it’s not just carbon emissions that are avoided, but pollution of the land and water too – these impacts are inherent in the process of mining the Earth for diamonds. Along with negative social and ethical impacts. And wildlife impacts. Mining for diamonds has it all.

From the start, Skydiamond’s objective has been to work in harmony with nature. We hope that our approach will inspire others to come up with inventive ways of addressing the climate crisis, helping create another way to live.