Scientific American: Meeting a Global Carbon Limit Is Cheaper Than Avoiding One

"Even with innovation and scaling up, we may at some point have to deploy “direct-air capture” technology, which pulls carbon dioxide out of the atmosphere. That would be expensive, but Klaus Lackner, an engineering professor at Arizona State University, is confident that the cost could be brought down to $30 a ton with volume manufacturing."


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