Excessive carbon emissions have been the biggest problem of environmentalists and global warming enthusiasts for the past decades. The increasing need for supplies and electricity has created a rapid growth in industries with large carbon footprints. Systems with less carbon emissions are being developed and implemented all over the world. However, what are we going to do with existing CO2 in the environment?
Hawaii is a conducive place for Martian simulation as proven by a recently concluded year-long simulation inside a humongous dome on a Hawaiian mountain. But it looks like Hawaii is not only suitable for simulating the isolated Martian condition but also as a training ground for the search for alien life.