Simply reducing CO2 emissions is probably not enough to meet the Paris climate targets. The amount of CO2 that’s already in the air must also be lowered. Students at Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e) have come up with an innovative solution: They want to convert CO2 into formic acid. A chemical that can be used as a sustainable fuel, among other things.
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