Using seawater and crisp packets to cut CO2 emissions
University of York scientists say 850 million tonnes of carbon dioxide could be mineralised each year by combining sea water, graphite, solar-powered electricity, and scrap metal in a purpose-built reactor. Jim Drury reports.
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