"Monolith" could suck carbon from the air

06/27/2013 | National Public Radio

A technology called a "monolith" -- essentially a catalytic converter -- could potentially suck carbon from the atmosphere, researchers say. The key to rolling out the technology will be finding ways to use the trapped carbon dioxide, which could be sold to farmers for use in greenhouses, to oil drillers, or to beverage manufacturers to help put the fizz in soda.

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