We’re doing flips here at HempingtonPost to see this article regarding Elon Musk preparing to give $100 Million to the First Person Who Can Create This Climate-Saving Technology.

As CEO my first thought was how could Elon not know about the power of Hemp for cleaning our atmosphere as well as astronomical economic effects.? Apparently he doesn’t? So what to do, now, Sunday Jan 23rd 2021?

We’re posting this to ask You! How do we find Elon Musk? This is an incredible opportunity for the Hemp Fiber industry to get the huge kick start into the replacing the fossil fuel industry for the sustainability of all life! However this article does not show how to reach out. I’m sure there are ways and perhaps those who are compelled to do so will research, find and connect with him. Personally this could be the saving grace we need in this industry, a huge mogul to lead the way of challenging the petrochemical industry complex. If he gets in others will follow!

Here’s the article from People Magazine

Elon Musk to Give $100 Million to the First Person Who Can Create This Climate-Saving Technology

Whoever takes up Elon Musk’s latest challenge could be in for a financial windfall — but it would benefit everyone on the planet.

The announcement comes after 49-year-old Musk briefly surpassed Amazon founder Jeff Bezos as the world’s richest person earlier this month. Bezos, 57, has since reclaimed the title, according to Forbes’ “Real-time Billionaires List,” which lists Bezos with a net worth of $191 billion, and Musk with $182 billion at the time of publication.

His follow-up tweet on Thursday said, “Am donating $100M towards a prize for best carbon capture technology.”

B ut what is “carbon capture technology,” and why does Musk seem to care about it?

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Controlling carbon dioxide (CO₂) levels in the atmosphere is an important step in the fight against climate change. Carbon dioxide is emitted by the burning of fossil fuels, such as coal and oil.

Plants absorb carbon dioxide from the atmosphere through a process called photosynthesis, but in the modern world, carbon dioxide is inundating the environment at a dangerous rate through the use of gasoline-dependent vehicles and the burning of wood and coal, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.

Seen first on https://people.com/human-interest/elon-musk-100-million-reward-carbon-capture-technology/

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