Experimental Air Capture Technology In Iceland Aims To Combat Climate Change | NBC News NOW

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According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration there hasn’t been this much global carbon dioxide in over 3 million years. NBC News’ Sarah Harman reports from Iceland where a new invention could help directly capture carbon from the environment.
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Experimental Air Capture Technology In Iceland Aims To Combat Climate Change | NBC News NOW
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