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Commercial boost for firms that suck carbon from air.

Daniel Cressey, Nature | News Volume 526 Issue 7573 14.10.15


It has long been regarded as one of the more blue-skies solutions to climate change. Now two companies have vastly increased their capability to suck carbon dioxide from the air. One, based in Canada, plans to convert captured CO2 into diesel to fuel buses; the other, in Switzerland, will sell it on to a firm that uses CO2 to boost crop growth in greenhouses.

Carbon Engineering Unveils Groundbreaking Carbon Capture Project in Squamish B.C.

The mountain air in Squamish, B.C., could soon be even fresher with the launch of a groundbreaking carbon capture operation.

Carbon Engineering Unveils Groundbreaking Carbon Capture Project in Squamish B.C., CBC News, 8th October 2015

Carbon Engineering Launches Novel Carbon Capture Pilot Project in Canada

Alberta-based Carbon Engineering is inaugurating a pilot project today in Squamish, British Columbia, that will capture carbon dioxide (CO2) directly from the atmosphere. The company, funded by private investors, including Microsoft founder Bill Gates and oil sands financier Murray Edwards, has developed technology based on research conducted by Harvard University–based Professor David Keith’s research groups at the University of Calgary and Carnegie Mellon University.

Carbon Engineering Launches Novel Carbon Capture Pilot Project in Canada, Power Mag, 9th October 2015