Calgary-based startup turns waste CO2 into nanoparticles that can enhance a range of products including paint, concrete, plastic and pharmaceuticals.
Researchers at The George Washington University have developed a process to turn CO2 into ultra-strong carbon nanotubes—which can be used in everything from batteries to jet airplanes.
Newlight proposes one way to help with climate change: convert greenhouse gas into bioplastic to make products like furniture.
A team of university researchers from Toronto are bringing together renewable electricity and oil and gas in a way that could potentially reduce or even eliminate carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions from fossil-fuel based industrial processes.
A team of entrepreneurs from Canada have developed a way of turning industrial carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions into concrete.
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Think carbon dioxide (CO2) in the atmosphere is one of the biggest challenges of our time? It is.