Inside a Carbon Negative Power Station

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The Next 50 Years: In Iceland, at the edge of the Arctic Circle, scientists are creating the one of the first carbon negative power stations, using geothermal technology and a revolutionary carbon capture process.

They're now setting their sights exporting this ground-breaking technology to the world, by creating CO2 hubs, where lands rich in basalt can become natural storage for the world's CO2.

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