Climate change is one of the most important issues of our time, and carbon dioxide (CO2) is considered by many scientists to be one of the biggest offenders, in terms of greenhouse gases. Carbon dioxide sequestration, or capture, is one of the leading ways for mitigating carbon emissions and reducing the amount of CO2 in our atmosphere. Many scientists and engineers in recent years, however, have experimented not only with capturing and storing CO2, but utilizing it in other ways, as well. This is an amazing breakthrough in our understanding of this seemingly harmful gas, and it could change how we see it in the future.
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