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May 29th, 2007
Finally, Doerr said there needs to be more investment in technologies that can remove existing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. I am unaware of companies that are doing this now, but I do know that Headwaters is actively working to develop unique nanoparticle catalysts that might soon help in this quest.
There will be no shortage of other companies working on such technologies, but I encourage investors to keep an eye on the big boys such as DuPont. Cleaning up vast amounts of carbon dioxide is a big problem, and it could well take a big company to deliver the resources necessary to make a dent.
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