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'Artificial trees' to cut CO2

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Is geo-engineering the solution to the world's environmental problems or does it have the potential to make them worse?

Stephen Tetlow, chief executive of the Institute of Mechanical Engineers, and Professor Sir David King, former chief scientific advisor to the government and currently director of the Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment, University of Oxford, examine how geo-engineering can be used to combat global warming.

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