Global Briefing: Climeworks flicks switch on commercial carbon absorbing site

Cecilia Keating
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Global Briefing: Climeworks flicks switch on commercial carbon absorbing site

Biden's goes big on low carbon aviation fuels, Kim Jong-Un calls for climate action, and NewsCorp Australia mulls a move away from climate denial

Climeworks brings Orca plant online The world's largest direct air capture project has started removing carbon dioxide from the air and turning it into rock, according to its developers. Climeworks...

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