Mark Anderson, the editor of the tech investing newsletter called the Strategic News Service, spends a lot of his time thinking big thoughts about technology business and the economy. At the recent Techonomy conference in Tucson, he moderated a session on the potential for cyberwar. (For more on that possibility, see my interview with RSA’s Art Coviello.) But in an on camera interview with Forbes, Mark talked about another subject entirely: new technology that captures all of the carbon dioxide omitted from conventional power plants and turn them into a potential productive material called graphene – flat sheets of carbon. – Host Eric Savitz
Watch the interview here.