When it comes to global warming and pollution, coal is the biggest problem, and environmentalists know it. Every time a new coal-fired power plant is planned in the US, a lawyer from an environmental group is assigned to try to stop it. But what if we could remove CO2 emissions from smokestacks, so they don't escape into the atmosphere and cause global warming, and recycle them into plastic?
Carbon dioxide removed from smokestack emissions in order to slow global warming in the future could become a valuable raw material for the production of DVDs, beverage bottles and other products made from polycarbonate plastics. Researcher Thomas E. M
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