Turning Carbon Gas Into Storable Coal
The countdown is on to reverse the declining state of our environment within the next 12 years, to avoid irreversible climate change. With only 1% of all carbon emission being stored, a method to improve storage is crucial. Now Australian scientist at RMIT university are leading the way with their latest method of turning carbon gas into reusable coal. Dr Torben Daeneke Senior Lecturer for Electronic and Telecommunications engineering and researcher for the study at RMIT University, joined us for the story.