Study: Carbon removal not working fast enough

The World

Removing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere is a priority in order to fix climate change. But removing it is turning out to be a lot harder than expected. The World's Marco Werman spoke with Erin Burns, executive director of Carbon 180, about the latest removal techniques of carbon dioxide and why they're not working as effectively as we'd like. 

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