Wednesday, September 28, 2005

Enviroman says, "CO2 sequestration is not a sustainable practice."

Existing technology should be used to capture and store carbon dioxide underground to prevent emissions and curb global warming, experts suggested in a comprehensive report released by the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change in a document released Monday. The report suggests emissions should be captured from sources such as electricity generation, refineries and oil plants, compressed and stored in geological formations, the oceans or in minerals, instead of being released in the atmosphere. Enviroman is of the opinion that this is not a sustainable practice and that energy efficiency and cleaner energy sources should be the focus

UN Recommends Capture, Storage of Carbon Dioxide Underground To Prevent Global Warming

7 comments:

Eko Prasetyo said...

not to mention that CO2 will form H2CO3 with H20 under the conditions of proporosed containments

Anonymous said...

Hi eko prasetyo,

Formation of H2CO3? That is interesting. Wouldn't that help and be a plus factor for CO2 sequestration?

Quotrama

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Gene said...

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Peter said...

Yes.

Eko Prasetyo said...

h2co3 is a strong acid, dude

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