Using captured CO2 in everyday products could help fight climate change, but will consumers want them?

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Carbon capture and utilisation technologies are maturing fast, but can companies develop markets for products made using captured pollution?

Would you drink carbonated beverages made with carbon dioxide captured from the smokestack of a factory or power plant? How would you feel if that captured carbon dioxide were in your child's toys,...

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