This Gasoline Is Made of Carbon Sucked From the Air
The Canadian company Carbon Engineering is developing a liquid fuel that would be carbon-free — providing gasoline that could help reduce the detrimental impacts of climate change by not adding additional carbon dioxide to the atmosphere. Fulton Schools Professor Klaus Lackner has pioneered the concept of capturing carbon dioxide from the air, a process that would be employed by the company to make the new kind of fuel. Lackner says Carbon Engineering is proving the process can work and could also become cost-effective.
Carbon dioxide extraction moves toward commercialisation, Greener Ideal, June 10
The potential pitfalls of sucking carbon from the atmosphere, Wired, June 13