Air-scrubbing machines: are they a serious tool in fighting climate change?

Published Nov 09 2021 at 6:51 AM GMT
  • On a field ringed by rolling green hills in Iceland, fans attached to metal structures that look like an industrial-sized Lego project are spinning.
  • Their mission is to scrub the atmosphere by sucking carbon dioxide from the air and storing it safely underground scineolved to where people consider it a serious tool in fighting climate change.
  • The Iceland plant, called Orca, is the largest such facility in the world, capturing about 4,000 metric tonnes of carbon dioxide per year.



  • Published Nov 9, 2021 6:51 AM GMT