Climeworks secures latest deal for 2,000 tons of CO2 removal with Square Inc

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Climeworks' largest direct air capture facility, Orca, opened in Iceland in September | Credits: Climeworks
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Climeworks' largest direct air capture facility, Orca, opened in Iceland in September | Credits: Climeworks

The financial services company is aiming to use carbon capture technology in addition to slashing its emissions to help achieve its 2030 net zero goals

Financial services company Square Inc. has become the latest company to sign an agreement with Climeworks to remove CO2 directly from the atmosphere in support of its net zero emissions goals. The company...

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