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Center for Carbon Removal: Science Friday - Carbon Negative Materials

"Carbon-negative materials are types of materials that result in the net sequestration of CO2 over their lifecycle. For these materials to actually be net-negative, the CO2 used to create these materials must be sourced from atmospheric or biogenic CO2. These materials can shift the narrative on traditionally high-polluting industries, turning CO2 from an invisible, pesky pollutant into a profitable, tangible resource to be mined from the sky!"

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