While much discussion surrounding the UN climate summit has been on net zero emissions targets – an Israeli technology startup is working on a solution to address the immediate challenge of the day: capturing carbon in the atmosphere now.  Carbon capture technologies that are already on the market are expensive and require vast resources. High Hopes Labs has developed a cost-effective solution involving the use of high-flying balloons to capture carbon present at high altitudes. KAN reporter Naomi Segal heard more from Nadav Mansdorf, co-founder and CEO of High Hopes.