Cambridge Innovation Center (CIC) Based Sustainable Companies Working to Reduce Carbon Emissions

Cambridge Innovation Center (CIC) Based Sustainable Companies Working to Reduce Carbon Emissions

Is it really possible to bring carbon emissions down to zero? To address climate change, scientists say we need to capture and contain massive amounts of carbon dioxide. It’s a challenge many sustainable companies are already taking on. Stay Gayshan, Managing Director of Cambridge Innovation Center (CIC) discusses new innovations within the CIC ecosystem that are working to slow the rise of global temperatures.  

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