How to build an artificial tree | FT Energy Source

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Can you build the equivalent of 39,000 trees into a suitcase? A tiny start-up founded by three Stanford graduates believes its lab holds the secret to reducing climate change. Their technology turns unwanted CO2 into useful products such as car parts, trainers, and alcohol

Produced and edited by Tom Hannen. Camera operator Matthew Caton. Graphic illustration by Ian Bott

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