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Efforts to mitigate the effect of Carbon Emissions on the environment have taken another leap, with the world’s largest Carbon Capture Plant – Called ‘Orca’ going ‘online’ in Iceland last week, with projections to suck 4000 tons of carbon out of the air each year. While being heralded as a significant development, current global emissions far exceed the capability of facilities in operation around the world.
Produced By: Jarred Cross
Featured In Story: Deanna D’Alessandro (dalla-sandro), Professor of Chemistry at the University of Sydney’s School of Chemistry
First aired on The Wire, Tuesday 14 September 2021