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Aug 25, 2021
The Dream of Carbon Air Capture Edges Toward Reality
Next month, an industrial facility in Iceland will join a growing number of projects to remove CO2 from the air and put it underground. But major hurdles, including high costs, remain before this technology can be widely deployed and play a key role in tackling climate change.