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Below is a selection of media which directly reference the endeavors of the Center for Negative Carbon Emissions at Arizona State University.


June 13th, 2016 “Meet the Scientists Cleaning Up Carbon Emissions” Bloomberg. Flora Lichtman, Katherine Wells, Lucy Wells


February 26th, 2016 “The Quest for Negative Carbon EmissionsWashington Post. Chris Mooney


January 6th, 2016 “The Quest to Hack Trees and Beat Climate ChangeWashington Post. Matt McFarland


December 1st, 2015 “ASU Researchers Look At Technology To Take Carbon Dioxide Out Of The AirKJZZ (Radio). Mark Brodie


November 13th, 2015 “Quest to boost microalgae growth promises more sustainable energyRenewable Energy World. Joe Kullman


October 27th, 2015. “Will hacking nature protect us from climate change?CNN. Thom Patterson.


August 30th, 2015. “Is an artificial tree part of the solution to climate change? These guys think so.“PRI”. Ari Daniel.


August 24th, 2015. “Branching out to help solve climate change.” Irish Times. John Holden.


August 4th, 2015. “Clean power plan to algae companies: Prove it.” Forbes Magazine. Jeff McMahon


June 21st, 2015. “Catch them if you can: the pragmatic ways to cut carbon emissions.” The Guardian. Brian Clegg


May 30th, 2015. “Techniques for removing carbon dioxide from the air.” Al-Hurra ITECH (video). Toufic Gebran


April 16, 2015. “How to efficiently capture carbon dioxide out of thin air.” Physics World. Tamela Maciel


April 13, 2015. “Klaus Lackner is pulling CO2 out of thin air.” Fast Company. Jon Gertner


March 26, 2015. “Negative carbon emissions.” Top of Mind (radio). Julie Rose


February 17, 2015. “ASU research center aims for negative carbon emissions.” ASU News. Rosie Gochnour


December 18, 2014. “Physicist turned carbon-catcher.” Symmetry Magazine. Rich Blaustein


December 14, 2014.  “The climate agreement in Lima isn’t enough. Here’s a better solution.” The New Republic. Jacob Bronsther


August 5, 2014. “Carbon dioxide scrubbing.” C-SPAN (video). Klaus Lackner

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