Climeworks has opened a third plant capturing carbon dioxide from the air

In an upcoming report, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change is likely to emphasize the need for a slew of techniques to cut emissions and suck carbon dioxide from the air. Climeworks, a Swiss startup, today opened its third such plant.

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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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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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