Negative Emission Technologies Won’t Save Us (yet)

Direct air capture technology. Credit: Carbon Engineering

By now, the dire situation we are in regarding carbon emissions and their contribution to a warming planet is not a secret.

We’re also familiar with what we can do at an individual level to reduce our footprint, namely implementing the Holy Trinity — flying and driving less, ditching the…

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