Global Editions

Startups looking to suck CO2 from the air are suddenly luring big bucks

A new Irish firm plans to build a pilot carbon removal plant, relying on technology from the field’s pioneer.
by James Temple

A small band of scientists have been trying to pluck carbon dioxide out of the air for years, despite the deep skepticism of their peers. But the space has suddenly gotten pretty popular.

This week a startup based in Dublin, Ireland, acquired the rights to carbon-capturing technology developed by a pioneer of the field, Arizona State University professor Klaus Lackner.


اسے اردو میں پڑھیں