Future of the Environment

Air-to-rock: This Icelandic facility is turning CO2 into stone

More firms are now investing in carbon capture technology. Image: Climeworks

Alister Doyle

Writer, Reuters

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These machines are designed to capture carbon dioxide directly from the air. Image: Climeworks
The construction site for the Climeworks plant in southwest Iceland. Image: Climeworks

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