Global initiative aims to drive down costs of projects that remove CO2 from the air

Money is flowing into emerging CO2 removal technologies. PHOTO: EPA-EFE
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SINGAPORE - Stopping the planet from overheating is going to take more than just cutting carbon emissions.

While that step is vital, saving the world from climate change also means removing billions of tonnes of carbon dioxide (CO2) from the atmosphere, the United Nations and leading carbon market practitioners said, because so much CO2 has been pumped into the atmosphere by humans.

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