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CNET Features Carbon Sciences' New Technology to Reduce CO2 Emissions

   

Mobile Prototype Reviewed in Streaming-Video News Story on ZDNET

Santa Barbara, CA - February 25, 2008 - Carbon Sciences, Inc. (OTCBB: CABN), the developer of a breakthrough technology to transform Earth-destroying carbon dioxide (CO2) into Earth-friendly carbon products, announced today a review of the company's new technology by CNET, the national media known for its coverage of technology. A video of the interview with Derek McLeish, CEO of Carbon Sciences, Inc., and Michael Kanellos, technology reporter for CNET, can be viewed at: http://news.zdnet.com/2422-13568_22-188786.html under the story headline: "Air Pollution Finds A Home."

The interview included a demonstration of Carbon Sciences' new technology using the company's Mobile Prototype, a specially constructed vehicle used to demonstrate Carbon Sciences' breakthrough carbon transformation technology. The Mobile Prototype is being driven on tour by Mr. McLeish to support the Company's public awareness and business development initiatives. The Mobile Prototype demonstrates the Company's GreenCarbon(TM) Technology for converting harmful CO2 into carbonate products for use in building materials, paper, plastics, fertilizers and other industrial applications.

Commenting on the review, Mr. McLeish said: "I am pleased with this review and recognition of our new technology by CNET, the leading edge technology-focused media group in the U.S. CNET has recognized the significant potentials for our technology to help reduce the emissions of CO2 into the atmosphere by industries, worldwide."

About Carbon Sciences, Inc.

Carbon Sciences, Inc. is developing an innovative technology to transform earth destroying carbon dioxide (CO2) into earth friendly carbon products. We call this breakthrough GreenCarbon(TM) Technology. By eliminating harmful CO2 from human created sources, such as power plants and industrial factories, we will help reduce global warming. By transforming harmful CO2 into useful carbon products, such as building materials, paper, plastics and fertilizers, our patent-pending technology will help create environmentally friendly products and industries. To learn more about the Company, please visit our website at http://www.carbonsciences.com.

 



Date: Monday, February 25, 2008


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