I don’t know who else has read this article but I found it very interesting and perhaps a bit uplifting.
The general idea is that there is a Canadian company called Carbon Engineering that partners with Harvard and has been working on taking Carbon dioxide out of the air and turning it into different liquid fuels!
It is an electric intense process but I believe they are using renewable hydro power! I guess it takes little more than air, water, and the previously mentioned electricity..
It’s considered zero emission technology because when the fuel is burned it releases the same amount of CO2 that went into making it.
Their process is somewhere around 6 times cheaper than the process has been in the past but they still are looking for ways to reduce the cost so they can be competitive with oil...
you can read more here but it surely peaked my interest!