Demcon and Carbyon are tackling climate change in co-creation
In the Netherlands alone, some 150 million tons of CO2 disappear into the air every year. Anyone who realizes that we have been emitting this unlimited amount for a century and a half knows it will take a lot to halt this process. By 2050 we should be there: no more CO2 in the air worldwide. Whether we will succeed is far from certain, but even if we do, we still have to get rid of all those carbon dioxides already in the air. An impossible task? Not according to Carbyon, the Eindhoven start-up that has taken it upon itself to suck all the CO2 out of the air.