CarbFix in the Media

The results of the CarbFix project have received worldwide attention. Following is a list of some of the media coverage the project has had in the past years.


This Natural Gas Plant Has Achieved Zero Emissions

Bloomberg TV - July 3, 2018


Turning carbon dioxide into rock - forever

BBC News - May 18, 2018


Can Sucking CO2 Out of the Air Solve Climate Change?

BBC World Service – April 30, 2018


Gas Rocks! Mineralising carbon dioxide into rock

Engineering and Technology – April 19, 2018


Why the Carbfix2 project is a big deal

Carbon A list – October 14, 2017


World‘s first ´negative emissions‘ power plant that turns CO2 into STONE switched on in Iceland

Daily Mail – October 13, 2017


Scientists capture carbon dioxide and inject it into rocks for permanent storage

Newsweek – October 13, 2017


CarbFix project in Iceland successfully turns carbon emissions

Tunisie Soir – October 13, 2017


700 meters below Iceland, a company may have found a solution to the world's climate woes

UpWorthy - October 13, 2017


The world’s first “negative emissions” plant has begun operation—turning carbon dioxide into stone

Quartz - October 12, 2017


Revolutionary Equipment Turns Carbon Dioxide to Stone, Fighting Climate Change

Iceland Review - October 12, 2017


Iceland project marries carbon capture with geological storage

The Engineer - October 12, 2017


Climeworks flick switch on 'world first' atmospheric carbon capture plant

Buisness green - October 11, 2017


From thin air to stone: greenhouse gas test starts in Iceland

Reuters - October 11, 2017


Emissions: We have the technology

Nature - October 11, 2017


TV coverage on CarbFix project in Iceland – turning CO2 into minerals

Think Geoenergy - May 26, 2017


How carbon dioxide is being stored in rocks

CNBC – November 17, 2016


To combat climate change , these scientists are turning CO2 into rock

PBS NewsHour – August 23, 2016


These scientists are turning harmful excess CO2 into rock

WITF-TV – August 23, 2016


The Science Behind How These Geologists Are Turning Carbon Emissions Into Solid Rock

Forbes – June 28, 2016


Nature‘s CarbFix? Scientists claim to have found a way to store carbon emissions underground

Daily Maverick – June 14, 2016


Iceland is fighting climate change by capturing CO2 and turingin it into stone

Digital Trends – June 13, 2016


Scientists turn CO2 into stone to fight climate change

The times of India – June 11, 2016


Underground injections turn carbon dioxide to stone

Science – June 10, 2016


CarbFix turns a power plant‘s CO2 emissions into rock

Engadget - June 10, 2016


Iceland Carbon Dioxide Storage Project Locks Away Gas, Fast

New York Times – June 9, 2016


This Iceland Plant Just Turned Carbon Dioxide Into Rock—and They Did It Super Fast

Washington Post – June 9 2016


How One Country Is Making Rocks Out of Air Pollution

National Geographic – June 9, 2016


How to Capture Carbon Dioxide From a Power Plant and Turn It to Stone

Los Angeles Times – June 9, 2016


Experiment Turns Waste CO2 to Stone

BBC World Service – June 9, 2016


In Breakthrough, CO2 Turned to Stone in Iceland

Guardian – June 9, 2016


Turning Air Into Stone

The Economist – June 9, 2016


Power Plant Turns Its Carbon Emissions to Stone

CNBC – June 9, 2016


In a First, Power Plant Turns Carbon Emissions to Stone – June 9, 2016


An Icelandic Power Plant Is Turning Carbon Emissions to Stone

Forbes – June 9, 2016


Scientists Turn Carbon Dioxide Emissions to Stone

Scientific American – June 9, 2016


Iceland Power Plant Turns Carbon Emissions to Rock

Times of India – June 9, 2016


Deep Below Iceland, Scientists Turn Heat-Trapping Carbon to Stone

Japan Times – June 9, 2016


Iceland Carbon Capture Project Quickly Converts Carbon Dioxide Into Stone

Smithsonian – June 9, 2016


Turning Carbon Dioxide Into Rock, and Burying It

The New York Times – February 9, 2015


A Vault for Carbon Dioxide

Scientific American – December 1, 2013


New Storage Projects Turns CO2 into Stone

Scientific American – March 5, 2012


CarbFix: Revolutionary Tech Could Trap CO2 Forever by Turning It Into Harmless Rock

Inhabitat – September 7, 2011