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18 mei 2009

Gokken op CO2-opslag is enorm riskant

By Joe Romm, Climate Progress, May 18, 2009

This article, from the Australian Sydney Morning Herald, illustrates precisely why betting on a carbon capture scheme to reduce greenhouse gas emissions is a recipe for disaster. The nonexistent technology must be developed, tested, and deployed on a large scale very rapidly. No one knows what it will cost or even if it is possible, making CCS the longest of long shots on which to pin humanity’s hopes. See also 'Is coal with carbon capture and storage a core climate solution?'.

Also see:

False Hope: Why carbon capture and storage won't save the climate
Greenpeace Report, May 2, 2008

Carbon capture schemes an expensive step into the unknown
By Paddy Manning, BusinessDay, May 16, 2009

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