Implications of Climate Policies for Gulf States’ Economic Diversification Strategies
Deep in the al-Hajjar Mountains of Oman, geologists from the Oman Drilling Project search for an efficient and cheap way to remove carbon dioxide from the air and oceans, March 6, 2017. They are coring samples from one of the world's only exposed sections of the Earth’s mantle to uncover how a spontaneous natural process millions of years ago transformed carbon dioxide into limestone and marble. (AP Photo/Sam McNeil)

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