A three-year Canadian pilot program reveals that direct air capture of atmospheric carbon dioxide can be accomplished much more economically than previously believed. The cost of $94 to $232 per metric ton is well below previous estimates as high as $1,000, and the captured CO2 can be turned into usable fuel.
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