Facility Designed to Fight Global Warming Suffers Major Setback After Arctic Blast Freezes Machinery

This is hilarious.

Iceland – The world’s largest carbon removal facility designed to fight global warming suffered a major setback after an Arctic blast froze the machinery and forced the company to make modifications.

The Climeworks “Orca” plant east of Reykjavik, Iceland is now running behind schedule after the machinery froze due to frigid temperatures.

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Orca was built in 2021 and “hailed by Iceland’s prime minister Katrin Jakobsdottir as a “milestone in the fight against climate change”” – the NewScientist reported.



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