Jul 9, 2019
Adele Buckley and Sandra Odendahl are both engineers who are interested in the technology and business end of capturing carbon from smokestacks. (Think "clean coal.") They say it's ready to use and greatly needed now, since thousands of coal-powered plants are still be constructed and will be around for several decades, whatever else happens.
Video version July 9, 2019
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