Carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere are increasing all the time – and while the grid can be decarbonized, heavy-duty transport such as ships and planes will still need liquid fuels. How can they be produced sustainably? Emily Carter, Dean of the School of Engineering and Applied Science at Princeton, explores whether “artificial photosynthesis” could be made efficient enough to convert water and carbon dioxide into liquid fuel economically.

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