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So in some cases we broke things up that people think of as aggregated. Direct-air water capture — from low-humidity, not high humidity, environments.And on the economic side, which is more difficult and gnarly, there’s no such thing as peer reviewed data in most cases. States have led, cities have led, but never the federal government. When [Trump] was elected, I went over every one [of the solutions]. It’s just that people in the United States think that they’re the leaders on this stuff.