Citations for Scalable Carbon Capture

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  1. NASA. “The Causes of Climate Change.” Last update 2 October, 2019.
  2. NASA. Global Climate Change. Vital Signs of the Planet. “Ice Sheets.”
  3. NASA. “The Effects of Climate Change.”
  4. The Guardian. “Americans ‘under siege’ from climate disinformation – former NASA chief scientist.” H. Devlin. 8 June, 2017.
  5. CDP. “CDP Carbon Majors Report 2017.” P. Griffin. July, 2017.
  6. Mining Congress Journal. “Air pollution and the coal industry.” J. Allen Overton, Jr. 1966. P. 56.
  7. NASA. “Graphic: Carbon dioxide hits new high.”
  8. Forbes Magazine. “Three Reasons Oil Will Continue To Run The World.” J. Clemente. 19 April, 2015.
  9. Nature science journal. “Sucking carbon dioxide from air is cheaper than scientists thought.” J. Tollefson. 7 June, 2018.
  10. Nature science journal. “Commercial boost for firms that suck carbon from air.” D. Cressey. 14 October, 2015.
  11. D. Keith, G. Holmes, D. St. Angelo, K. Heidel. “A Process for Capturing CO2 from the Atmosphere.” 7 June, 2018.
  12. Climate Engineering. “Our technology.”
  13. Climeworks corporation. “Our Products – Climeworks Plant.”
  14. California Institute of Technology. “Carbon Conversion.” 3 August, 2017.
  15. DesignNews. “CO2 Converted to Solid Carbon.” K. Clemens. 1 March, 2019.
  16. MIT Technology Review. “Startups looking to suck CO2 from the air are suddenly luring big bucks.” J. Temple. 2 May, 2019.
  17. “Pressure mounts on aviation industry over climate change.” S. Wolf, M. Abbugao. 9 June, 2019.