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Microsoft is paying $200 million to a company using crushed rock to absorb carbon, and the Frontier consortium is backing emerging technology.
The giant U.S. oil and gas company is paying over $1 billion for a carbon-capture tech firm.
The goal is to remove 90% of industry emissions by 2035.
One startup's method relies on the same natural process that pulls CO2 out of the air to create limestone.
Scientists say we have to do something about all the carbon we’re spewing into the air, and fast. A recent United Nations climate study says capturing carbon dioxide — even sucking it from the air — is going to be crucial in the fight against climate change. But once you’ve caught it, where do you […]
The XPRIZE started with 38 teams and is now down to a final 10.
Could monetizing carbon emissions drive the fight against climate change?