New direct air capture industry body aims to build public support for clean technology

Cecilia Keating
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Climeworks' plant in Iceland, the largest operational DAC facility in the world | Credit: Climeworks
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Climeworks' plant in Iceland, the largest operational DAC facility in the world | Credit: Climeworks

DAC Coalition sets out mission to become 'dedicated platform for DAC education, engagement, and collaboration'

A new organisation has been formed to connect and mobilise companies engaged in the nascent direct air capture (DAC) sector and build public support for technologies that directly remove carbon dioxide...

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