We make carbon nanotubes from industrial carbon emissions. Yup, the kind of carbon emissions linked to global warming, or more accurately, climate change. Carbon nanotubes (CNTs) are the material of the future. Similar to carbon microfiber, this material is orders of magnitude stronger and more light-weight than aluminum. Applications for such properties are abundant and limitless; for example, sporting goods, construction, electronics and all modes of transportation, particularly for space travel. Since we are using waste carbon emissions (mainly methane, which is 20x more potent in global warming effects than CO2), we can offer low-cost CNTs, enabling the use of this material on a commercial scale.