Is 2009 the Year of Carbon, Capture, and Storage?Mark Scott
What’s the best way to cut the world’s greenhouse gas emissions? That question is getting a lot of play recently, particularly ahead of a UN conference in Copenhagen at the end of the year to negotiate a replacement to the Kyoto Protocol. Within the energy community, one of the largest outstanding issues is what should be done with coal — a fossil fuel that generates roughly one quarter of the world’s CO2 emissions, but remains a key component in the global energy mix.
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