Removing CO₂
from our
atmosphere

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Breakthrough
Technology for
CO₂ Removal &
Storage

KEEP TEMPERATURE RISE UNDER 1.5 C

The International Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) estimates the need at approximately 10 gigatonnes of net CO2 removal per year by the year 2050 in order to keep global temperature rise under 1.5 or 2C

Direct CO2 capture from the air, so-called direct air capture (DAC), has become inevitable to reduce the concentration of CO2 in the atmosphere. 
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Understanding
CO₂ Removal

NEW MATERIALS

Synthesis and nanoscale engineering of functional materials for high-performance gas separation membranes has the poten- tial to substantially reduce the energy consumption of separation processes while minimizing the environmental footprint 

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Graphene
Production with
CO₂

NEW MATERIALS

One of the most interesting technologies, now under development, converts CO2 into graphene, one of the thinnest materials known, at one atom thick (a million times thinner than a human hair), the strongest compound discovered (between 100-300 times stronger than steel), the lightest material known (with one square meter coming in at around 0.77 milligrams) and flexible.

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