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The chances of capture were too slim, the potential payoffs too high.
Maybe a new wetlands project or a big carbon scoop in the sky, called direct-air capture technology, which theoretically sucks carbon out of the atmosphere.
Abt Associates of Rockville appointed Matthew Strobl vice president for data capture strategies and innovation.
The image capture isn’t the only place where speed has improved.
A year ago, Microsoft announced plans to create a $1 billion fund for “carbon reduction, capture, and removal technologies,” as it looks to cancel out its entire historic emissions.
Climeworks, a Swiss startup, specializes in direct air capture.
Some capture maneuvers that come with no physical provocation, last longer and appear more intentional.
STILL CAN’T BREATHEBY TOPHER SANDERS, PROPUBLICA, AND YOAV GONEN, THE CITY, VIDEO BY LUCAS WALDRON, PROPUBLICAJANUARY 21, 2021PROPUBLICA
Legislation gives firms a $35-a-barrel tax credit for this capture and use.
The storming of the Capitol occasions introspection on many things—such as the seemingly irreversible distrust of the liberal democratic project—but institutional capture is not one of them.
A headset capture of BadVR’s climate change application, built for the Magic Leap One headset.

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