World's biggest carbon sequestration test begins in Australia
Once the carbon dioxide has been isolated, burying it is relatively straightforward. The problem is making sure it stays buried. There are several commercial carbon burial projects in various locations around the world, which are primarily being used in oil drilling operations to push out more oil, rather than to reduce carbon emissions. As a result, leakage hasn't been a primary concern. If carbon burial is to be used for carbon emissions reductions, it needs to stay buried.
[Source: New Scientist via TreeHugger]
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