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When Big Oil Gets In The Carbon Removal Game, Who Wins?
Giant machines sucking carbon dioxide out of the air to fight climate change sounds like science fiction, but it’s close to becoming a reality, with billions of dollars of support from the U.S. government.
And a key player in this growing industry is a U.S. oil company, Occidental Petroleum.
With a major petroleum company deploying this technology, it begs the question, is it meant to save the planet or the oil industry?
NPR’s Camila Domonoske reports.
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