Carbon dioxide is invisible but that doesn’t mean we can’t reach out and grab it. Klaus Lackner was one of the first scientists to develop new technologies with the potential to reduce CO2 levels in the atmosphere.
To learn more about Dr. Lackner, visit his profile page at the Earth Institute at Columbia University. His work with carbon capture and storage has been covered in National Geographic, as well as in academic publications such as Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
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