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Carbon capture, use, and storage could create significant ‘negative emissions’ by 2030

Capturing the CO2 produced by hard-to-abate sectors—such as cement and steel production—helps prevent it from being released into the atmosphere. Then it can be stored or used for making fuel, cement, plastics, or a range of other materials.

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To read the article, see “Driving CO2 emissions to zero (and beyond) with carbon capture, use, and storage,” June 30, 2020.