Climeworks launches third direct air CO2 capture plant

Michael Holder
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Swiss-based firm's third Direct Air Capture facility will filter up to 150 tonnes from ambient air over the next year and a half

Carbon capture specialist Climeworks has today launched its third global facility to suck carbon dioxide straight from the air in a bid to slow global warming. Climeworks said the Direct Air Capture...

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