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Volume 04 Issue 19

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In this issue, we look at a new sustainable way of doing business in the New Normal. To combat Climate Change entrepreneurs are making things virtually out of thin air.  Spanish artist Jaume Plensa describes Wonderland as a  sculpture as a place to discover the architecture of our bodies in the palace for our dreams.  

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Many companies and entrepreneurs are working on carbon capture and utilization (CCUS) by collecting CO2 from industrial exhaust and making any number of useful and valuable products. The range of products is endless. They are manufacturing food, vodka, watches, bio-fuel, yoga mats, building materials and even toothpaste virtually out of thin air.

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