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November 17th, 2006
The Biggest Economic Opportunity of This Century!
Finally, Doerr said there needs to be more investment in technologies that can remove existing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. At the present time, I am unaware of companies that are doing this, but I do know that advocates of nanotechnology are confident that new nanoparticle catalysts or perhaps tailor-made nanofilters might soon be able to help in this regard.
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