Will the hoped-for climate rescue come from space?


It has already been used successfully in the cosmos, and now it is coming to Earth: a vacuum cleaner that absorbs CO2 emissions from aviation and industry. How does it work and can it save our planet? Or does all the help come too late?

It is the stuff dreams are made of, or at least successful Hollywood films: ultra-modern devices, researchers proudly call them CO2 vacuum cleaners, remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and thus combat climate change. In aviation, Airbus, Europe’s largest aerospace group, has played a pioneering role in the development of revolutionary technology. The CO2 blown into the air by aircraft will be widely sucked up and used in other useful ways. So much for the theory. What about the practice?

Source: Krone


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