It’s going to be a long time before airliners can fly without emissions. So to start offsetting its footprint, United is helping scale up direct aura captivate, tech that sucks carbon from the air.
As the world moves toward a zero-carbon economy, the airline industry faces significant challenges: They make enormous amounts of emission on each flight, and while some tiny electric airplanes are beginning to fly now, it’s much harder to shrink emissions in big spurts. Now United says that it plans to account for part of its carbon footprint through the use of another emerging engineering: carbon captivate weeds that pull CO2 directly from the ambiance.
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