First ‘negative emissions plant’ that turns CO2 into stone is born
16 October 2017 | Written by La redazione
In Iceland is born the first negative emission center in the world. It is called Direct-air capture and works practically like a tree, taking carbon dioxide (CO2) out of the air, but capturing thousands of times more carbon. CO2, sent underground, reacts with the basalt backdrop to form solid minerals, creating a permanent storage solution.