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You can now pay to turn your carbon emissions to stone
The world has delayed climate action for too long. That means we now don't just need to cut emissions, but also draw carbon dioxide from the air.
A tiny tweak in California law is creating a strange thing: carbon-negative oil
An oil company is working with a Harvard professor to build a large-scale plant that can capture carbon dioxide from the air and recover oil at the same time.
A Swiss startup will turn carbon dioxide into stone—for a price
The world needs negative-emissions technologies, according to an upcoming report by the world’s foremost body on climate change. Given how much we’ve delayed reducing emissions,…
Company that sucks CO2 from air announces a new methane-producing plant
Company says net negative emissions need to start now to limit global warming.
Climeworks has opened a third plant capturing carbon dioxide from the air
In an upcoming report, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) is likely to emphasize the need for a slew of techniques to not just…
These robotic 'trees' can turn CO2 into concrete
Climate change is killing our planet. The excess production of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gasses are filling the atmosphere and warming the Earth faster than natural processes can effectively
Humanity’s fight against climate change is failing. One technology can change that.
Iceland is cold. But it sits atop one of the world’s hottest underground regions, giving the country the ability to tap into a massive store…
Sucking CO2 out of the atmosphere could save the planet
When politicians talk about the Paris Climate Agreement, it’s usually framed in terms of restrictions on emissions for states and businesses. But the Paris Agreement wasn’t just an agreement to
This factory will be the first to suck up carbon dioxide and feed it to vegetables
On May 31, the Swiss company Climeworks will turn on the first commercial plant to suck carbon dioxide out of the air and feed it to vegetables in a neighboring greenhouse. Located in the tiny,