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Many recent spells of extreme weather, from wildfires and floods to droughts and storms, have been caused by the Earth’s warming climate.
A rising buildup of carbon dioxide, or CO2, in the Earth’s atmosphere is one factor contributing to the warming. There are technologies that can extract this gas from the air or trap it before it is discharged.
However, storing the CO2 captured has proven difficult. One Australian research team now proposes a solution to this problem by “mining” CO2 to create solid carbon.
Chemical molecules must trade atoms in order to react. Atoms linked together in one molecule must separate in order to interact with other atoms and form new molecules. The strength with which atoms cling to one another determines how quickly they connect.
The Global Carbon Transformation System Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2026, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2027.
ArcelorMittal has announced the start of its first three XCarb initiatives as part of its goal to achieve net zero carbon emissions.
XCarbTM will eventually integrate all of ArcelorMittal’s reduced, low, and zero-carbon products and steelmaking activities, as well as larger programmes and green innovation projects, into a single effort aimed at making tangible progress toward carbon neutral steel.
ArcelorMittal has announced three XCarb-branded activities to assist its launch: XCarb green steel certificates’, allowing us to assist our customers in their efforts to decrease Scope 3 emissions. Customers benefit from XCarb’s pioneering products, which are made from recycled and renewable materials.
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