In Iceland, carbon emissions turned to stone

In Iceland, carbon emissions turned to stone

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Carbon dioxide is the largest contributor to climate change and remains in the atmosphere longer than any other heat-trapping gases. We have seen many attempts to reduce the production of CO2, such as producing carbon neutral or carbon negative building materials. In Iceland, engineers have found another potential solution. At Hellisheidi geothermal power plant, the Carbfix Project has captured carbon emissions and turned them into storable stone, so the CO2 does not enter the atmosphere.

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