Carbon Engineering: Scaling up direct air capture technologies


Without a doubt, the coronavirus pandemic still remains one of the most talked about subjects of 2020. It’s destructive impact on people’s health, work life, families and finances was devastating for so many individuals across the globe.

Whilst the list of negatives that have arisen as a result of the pandemic continue to grow, many have seen a positive and are now pathing ways for the world’s green recovery plans, as it looks to recover in a post-pandemic world.

As a result of lockdowns, airlines grounded their fleets, car travel was brought to a minimum and industries shut down, leading to levels of carbon dioxide (CO₂) emissions plummeting. This didn’t go unnoticed and today, the effort being made to keep such emissions down has arguably never been stronger.

With many industries now fully operational, flights back in service and more car, buses, and trucks returning to the road, it is clear that investment now needs to be made in ground-breaking technologies to help keep carbon emission down as we return to some form of normality.

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