Management of Technological Innovation
Carbon Dioxide is considered by many in the scientific community as the latest earth enemy, and it’s believed to be one of the principal contributors to climate change. Governments from all over the world have been trying to figure out ways to reduce the carbon footprint. This has given big impulse to CO2 research, some resulting in new techniques and technologies to “recycle” CO2 and convert it to fuels such as methanol, and some methods even convert it to gasoline. The porpoise of this investigation it’s to show the latest innovations, not only about reducing the CO2 levels accumulating in the atmosphere, but ways to reuse the CO2, the challenges, and what can we expect in the near future from these new technologies.
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González Mendoza, Jesús, "Mining the Air, CO2 Recycling" (2017). Engineering and Technology Management Student Projects. 95.