"It's literally like pulling canisters of CO2 out of the air," says Martin Tindall, president of ECO2, a California-based company.
adds that people often don't realize the trees need a huge amount of water and near perfect soil and weather conditions to grow quickly, and that he
can't see how Tindall
could possibly hydrate plants in the middle of a Nevada desert.
company is doing exactly that.
"It's a natural phenomenon that we're able to leverage," says Tindall