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Chasing Carbon Zero

Season 50 Episode 6 | 53m 31s

Can the U.S. reach net-zero carbon emissions by 2050 and avoid the biggest impacts of climate change? Experts say it can be done. Here’s the technology that could get us there.

Aired: 04/25/23 | Expires: 04/25/26
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