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The ‘World’s Largest’ Vacuum to Suck Up Carbon Emissions Begins Operating in Iceland

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A pair of climate-solution firms have just turned on the largest CO2 vacuum in the world, capable of sucking thousands of tons of carbon out of the atmosphere. In 2021, GNN reported on the operation of the Orca facility in Iceland, run by the firm CarbFix in partnership with the Swiss company Climeworks. The company […]

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