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We just lived through the hottest decade since the beginning of human civilization. These three companies are trying to prepare humanity to adapt to the coming changes.
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Start-ups hoping to fight climate change struggle as other tech firms cash in

A number of small companies are looking for ways to remove carbon from the atmosphere.

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A climate change solution slowly gains ground

Companies leading the hunt for ways to skim carbon dioxide from the air are attracting interest from big deep-pocketed corporations - including oil companies.

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Blamed for climate change, oil companies invest in carbon removal

Chevron, Occidental Petroleum and BHP have invested in Carbon Engineering, a start-up developing technology to take carbon out of the atmosphere.
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Canadian company testing system to convert carbon dioxide into fuel

While Carbon Engineering’s $4 (U.S.) price point is about 40 per cent higher than fossil fuels, it may be competitive in markets like California that require cleaner low-carbon fuels.
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Climate change can be reversed by turning air into gasoline

A Harvard professor says his company should be able to suck carbon dioxide out of the atmosphere, at industrial scales, by 2021.
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The world’s first “negative emissions” plant has opened in Iceland—turning carbon dioxide into stone

Thanks to Texas Tech climate scientist extraordinaire Katharine Hayhoe for pointing this story out on her Facebook Page.

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