How chemistry makes carbon dioxide removal possible VIDEO

15 Jul 2021

WASHINGTON, July 12, 2021 — Over the last couple hundred years, the amount of carbon dioxide in our atmosphere has skyrocketed. If we don’t remove at least some of it, there will be even more heat waves, wildfires, hurricanes and other climate disasters, scientists predict. In this week’s episode, we break down how people are using chemistry to make that happen:


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