Scientists in Greenland advocate for "climate-saving" rocks

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Published on 17 Oct 2021, 23:13
The rock is called anorthosite, and experts say the rock produces less waste and greenhouse gas emissions than other sources. Miners are crushing it to create a more sustainable source of aluminum along with other everyday items. Ian Lee reports.

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