STORY: Calgary Company Uses CO2 to Make Concrete & Badminton Rackets sat down with Tim Stauft from Carbonova in Calgary, a cool carbon capture company.

They’re able to convert CO2 into a product called carbon nanofibers. These can be used to make useful products like concrete and badminton rackets.

Companies like Carbonova show how entrepreneurs, not top-down government control, have a big role to play in addressing climate change.

Watch the full interview via the video above, or click here. To learn more about different examples of cool carbon capture companies, read our policy brief here.

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