Cheap carbon capture process could also protect marine life, scientists say

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US researchers propose method of removing CO2 from the atmosphere while generating byproducts that can neutralise acidification

US scientists claim to have developed a cheap and efficient method of capturing CO2 from the atmosphere that can also help reduce ocean acidification. Researchers at the Lawrence Livermore National...

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