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A team at Oxford University has reverse engineered fuel from the greenhouse gas—but so far just in the lab.
The citric acid, hydrogen production and input power need to be net zero as well to make the overall production net zero.
It won't be. It might be "net less" IF it can be done at cost and scale.
Very possible in the next decade...here's to hoping they are successful.