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One Icelanders quest to remove carbon from the air

By DW
04 December 2021   |   12:55 pm
One way of reducing global warming is to remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. An entrepreneur in Iceland is trying to do just that with innovative technology that he hopes will help his country, and the world, become carbon-neutral.

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