'Time is of the essence': Elon Musk unveils $100m carbon capture competition

Cecilia Keating
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Contest organiser said solutions able to remove one US ton of carbon from the air or ocean daily are eligible to enter the prize, which launches in April

Tesla CEO Elon Musk has launched a new global carbon capture competition that will see the billionaire entrepreneur funnel $100m into innovative projects designed to remove large quantities of CO2 from...

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