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The world’s biggest carbon-sucking machine is switching on in Iceland

Climeworks, a Swiss startup, builds machines that draw CO2 from the atmosphere. Their biggest facility to date will open in Iceland on Sept. 8. Image: Climeworks

Tim McDonnell

Reporter, Quartz

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