Talib Visram of Fast Company reports on Lithos Carbon, which is using rocks to address climate change.
- Lithos Carbon is pulling CO2 from the air using Enhanced Rock Weathering (EWR).
- EWR works by spreading crushed basalt over farmland where it mixes with rainwater to convert CO2 into dissolved bicarbonate.
- The company estimates that three tons of its solution can capture one ton of atmospheric CO2.
- Lithos has been named as a winner in Fast Company’s World Changing Ideas Awards.
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