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Report Targets Carbon Dioxide As A Resource

Several hurdles still exist to developing a carbon reuse economy

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VTT, Finland’s Espoo-based technical research center, has published a paper on how carbon dioxide can be turned into a resource with a favorable impact on climate.The report, “The carbon reuse economy – Transforming CO2 from a pollutant into a resource” covers topics such as drivers of change, product options in the carbon reuse economy, pathways to a carbon reuse economy, and how to overcome barriers to change.“It can be envisioned that, in the future, there will be more low-carbon electricity and almost unlimited amount of atmospheric carbon dioxide available. The biggest barrier to using carbon dioxide is mainly the high production costs related to the…

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