Air Eau de Parfum smells like fig leaf, orange peel and jasmine. It comes from carbon emissions.
Carbon emissions — the villainous byproduct of so many industries — are the greenhouse gas most responsible for climate change. The emissions play a key role in our extreme weather patterns, and in many of the general environmental catastrophes that are becoming more and more frequent.
While capping carbon dioxide from being freely dumped into the atmosphere is turning into a very long deliberation among our world leaders, capturing and repurposing it is another option. And that alternative has proved promising by Air Company, a four-year-old start-up that uses carbon dioxide in all of
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