A company in British Columbia is developing technology that could cost-effectively remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and transform it into calcium carbonate. Fossil fuel companies Chevron, Occidental and BHP have contributed to a $68-million investment in Carbon Engineering, which plans to use the funds to build commercial facilities.
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