Studies find methods for removing carbon dioxide must develop faster to meet climate goals

UW researchers say novel carbon dioxide removal technologies only make up 0.1 percent of emissions removed from the atmosphere.

Researchers at the University of Wisconsin-Madison say new technologies for removing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere must be developed faster to meet goals to reduce global warming.

The role of such technologies is likely to be part of discussions as around 200 nations gather in the United Arab Emirates on Thursday for the 28th annual United Nations Climate Change Conference.

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