cars-driving-at-sunset.jpgPowered only by natural sunlight, an array of nanotubes is able to convert carbon dioxide into natural gas at unprecedented rates.

The device is commercially viable, says Craig Grimes, from Pennsylvania State University, offering a new way to take carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and convert it into fuel, lessening the amount of fossil fuel emissions that lead to  climate change.

(Continue reading at New Scientist)

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