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  Carbon dioxide to stone to fight climate change?
 
  Is it possible to harness and accelerate the carbon-absorbing power of rocks to fight climate change?

The Canadian team has devised a recipe to speed up the formation of magnesite, or magnesium carbonate, from hundreds or thousands of years in nature down to just 72 days in the lab...Just one cubic kilometer of rock laden with magnesite and other carbonate minerals — about the size of a medium-sized mountain — could lock down a billion tons of carbon dioxide.

For more, check out this NBC News story.

 
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