David Vetter on Forbes reports that scientists at the University of Oxford have developed carbon-neutral jet fuel from CO2.
- The method of creating this fuel involves capturing carbon dioxide from the air and converting it into specific hydrocarbons through an inexpensive catalyst made of iron.
- Finding a way to make carbon-neutral jet fuel at an affordable cost is essential as airplanes are massive emitters of carbon.
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