In Colorado, Residents Question a Praised Environmental Technology

In a heavily polluted Latino neighborhood in Colorado, a pioneering system was installed last year to remove carbon dioxide, a gas linked to global warming, from the air. Recently, supporters of the federally funded project celebrated its achievements and proposed expanding its operations. However, environmentalists and affected residents who live near the project are questioning its effectiveness. Rossana Longo-Better reports from Commerce City, Colorado.

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