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Discover how modern technologies are developed to remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and actively fight climate change.

Scientists across the globe are racing to develop new ways to remove and store excess carbon dioxide – the most significant cause of climate change.  

This exhibition showcases state of the art technology and nature-based solutions currently in development to capture carbon dioxide released by human activity, notably from the burning of fossil fuels.

From the conservation of ancient woodlands, to processes that prevent CO2 leaving factories, find out what challenges we face capturing the excess carbon dioxide in our atmosphere and what future techonologies can use it for.

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