New York Times: Pulling Carbon Dioxide Out of Thin Air

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Howard J. Herzog discusses the carbon-capturing process with New York Times writer Anne Eisenberg:

Whether streaming from the tailpipes of cars or the smokestacks of so many power plants and factories, carbon dioxide emissions keep growing around the globe.

Now a Canadian company has developed a cleansing technology that may one day capture and remove some of this heat-trapping gas directly from the sky. And it is even possible that the gas could then be sold for industrial use.

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