Scientists just accidentally discovered a process that turns CO2 directly into ethanol

If scientists can figure out how to convert atmospheric carbon dioxide into fuel, and do it at an industrial scale – it would, quite literally, change the world. Last month, we hit the highest levels of atmospheric CO2 in 4 million years, and it’s now permanent, meaning we’ll never be able to drop to ‘safe’ levels again.

But if we can turn CO2 into a fuel source, we can at least slow things down a bit, and now researchers have developed a process that can achieve this with a single catalyst.

Learn more here: http://www.sciencealert.com/scientists-just-accidentally-discovered-a-process-that-turns-co2-directly-into-ethanol

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