The trillion-dollar plan to reverse carbon emissions
It's effective, but it's not cheap
When it comes to beating climate change, for years the focus has been on reducing CO2 emissions. Many governments, businesses, and individuals are making an effort (some to a greater extent that others) to reduce carbon-rich behaviors.
It now seems, however, that if we want to meet the Paris Agreement goal of limiting global warming to 1.5°C by 2100, this will not be enough. We need to find a way to also extract the existing CO2 from the air.
Check out this gallery to learn all about direct air capture technology and the plan to reverse carbon emissions.
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