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Flat White

The carbon capture con 

15 May 2024

3:00 AM

15 May 2024

3:00 AM

Carbon-capture-and-underground-storage (CCUS) tops the list of silly schemes ‘to reduce man-made global warming’. The idea is to capture exhaust gases from power stations or cement plants, separate the CO2 from the other gases, compress it, pump it to the chosen burial site, and force it underground into permeable rock formations.

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