These scientists are turning harmful excess CO2 into rock
Clip: 08/23/2016 | 8m 50s
Carbon dioxide in the atmosphere is a major contributor to global warming. But what if there were a way to turn that gas into rock and store it safely, thousands of feet underground? One power plant in Iceland is attempting to do just that, through a process called “Carbfix.” Special correspondent Malcolm Brabant reports, in the first of his “Breakthrough” series.
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