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1, high cost. At the moment, in the actual operation of capturing carbon dioxide, it may end up costing more energy than it can save, a scenario that was too large to begin with and remained in the design phase.
The cost of processing the captured carbon dioxide may be the highest. 2, not all the pollutants are effective. In particular, exhaust emissions from automobiles or trains. As a result, Lakna's artificial trees work like a filter to remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere.
Its louver has a lime-like water absorption coating can capture carbon dioxide, after use can be removed, and then buried underground, this absorption of carbon dioxide in the future will cause no small trouble. Therefore, the idea of "artificial tree" can only stay in the laboratory at present.