The amount of CO2 emissions in the air is a growing environmental concern, but what if that CO2 could be extracted and converted into fuel? Kazumi Muraki aims to do just that with his CO2-collecting tech Hiyassy. But he's not stopping at just the earth, Muraki also has his sights set on Mars, with various ideas and aspirations of one day colonizing the red planet.
Born in 2000, this young researcher has one goal: stop global warming. Even from elementary school, Kazumi Muraki began studying and researching how to solve the carbon dioxide crisis as well as human migration to Mars. After graduating from the INNO-vation Program with the Japanese Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications, Muraki entered Tokyo University to study engineering to realize his dreams of helping the world. In 2019, he was named as one of Forbes Japan 30 under 30, 2019, science division as someone who will change the world. Despite ongoing study at University, Muraki has already founded his own independent company, CRRA, with the goal to stop global warming and work towards being the first Martian of mankind.