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Decarbonise the planet, are they mad?

19 September 2023

2:00 AM

19 September 2023

2:00 AM

The lunatic scheme to sequestrate carbon dioxide (CO2) several kilometres underground has been initiated by government programs, including Australia, with taxpayer money. It is called Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS). The purpose is to make sure that carbon dioxide injected into deep wells is permanently stored underground, well away from the biosphere where plants might utilise it to make food.

‘The world’s biggest carbon capture facility is being built in Texas.’ The author of this article writes:

‘The plant will inject 500,000 tons of carbon dioxide into the ground each year – but is it just greenwashing from big oil? … the world’s largest...

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