Inside ExxonMobil's hookup with carbon removal venture Global Thermostat

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Global Thermostat co-founder Graciela Chichilnisky at the company's demo plant in Menlo Park, California / Credit: Global Thermostat
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Global Thermostat co-founder Graciela Chichilnisky at the company's demo plant in Menlo Park, California / Credit: Global Thermostat

Could one of the world's most controversial fossil fuel companies yet emerge as a major player in one of the most exciting clean tech fields?

Ten years ago, Graciela Chichilnisky and Peter Eisenberger set out to remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and use it as the basis for renewable low-carbon fuels. When the pair — both Columbia University...

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