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The Future of CO2

Carbon dioxide (CO2) is a naturally occurring chemical compound that exists as a gas at room temperature. It is also produced by burning fossil fuels and is a byproduct of breathing in animals and humans. Responsible for trapping the sun’s heat in the atmosphere, CO2 is currently one of the gravest threats to the health of our planet. But in the next decade, it may well change from being a liability to a commodity. Captured from power and industrial plants or harvested directly from the air, CO2 could revolutionise industrial processes, creating ultra-green fuels, chemicals and plastics.

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