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Using CO2 as an industrial feedstock could change the world. Here's how

The CO2 we capture can be used as a raw material in a range of applications Image: REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke

Volker Sick

Professor of Mechanical Engineering, Director Global CO2 Initiative, University of Michigan

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