Urgent! You are needed
To prevent irreversible damage to our earth.
Each year we pump tons of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere. In years past, plants absorbed CO2 and produced oxygen. It was a balanced system. That has not been the case in a long time. Scientists at ASU warn that excess CO2 emissions will linger in our atmosphere for thousands of years. They also know that too much CO2 can cause potentially catastrophic and irreversible damage to our earth systems — and to our quality of life.
You can help!
Engineers and scientists in ASU’s Center for Negative Carbon Emissions work not only to bring carbon emissions down, they also work to have negative carbon emissions. That means we can capture more CO2 than we produce.
Trees help absorb carbon dioxide, but we can't plant them fast enough to keep up with the rate of emissions.
The center is developing artificial trees that pull CO2 directly from the air a thousand times faster than natural trees. Then we can either dispose of it or recycle it into carbon-based materials and fuel.
Your support will help engineers and scientists implement their new technologies and demonstrate their effectiveness.
You can accelerate the transition to clean air for our children and grandchildren. Give to ASU’s Center for Negative Carbon Emissions.