Lauren Sommer of NPR writes about direct air capture.
- Direct air capture is one technology that climate scientists say is essential to lowering emissions.
- Direct air capture uses giant fans and scrubbers to capture CO2 that has already been emitted into the atmosphere.
- The biggest drawbacks to this technology at the moment are its cost and efficiency.
- To reduce emissions, we will need to embrace an “all of the above” strategy that includes direct air capture.
Read the full article here.
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