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Qatar plots a carbon-neutral 2022 World Cup, The CO2 “Vacuum Cleaner” fighting Climate Change and Klarna launching a carbon footprint insights for consumers
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From green transport solutions to sustainable stadium features and tech, Qatar are on-track to host a revolutionary World Cup.
With the 2022 World Cup set to take place in about 18 months, the host nation Qatar are hard at work to ensure the tournament's sustainability reduces the environmental impact and provides legacy benefits.
A Swiss company is using technology to remove carbon dioxide from the air, and recycling the CO2 for use as fertiliser or airplane fuel.
While much of the world took a pause in 2020, climate change did not. And as countries figure out how to reach the goals set in the Paris Agreement, it’s clear that dramatic action—and outside-the-box solutions—are needed to cut emissions.