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A Modest Proposal For Sequestration of CO2 In the Antarctic 243

Posted by timothy
from the no-salt-domes-in-sight dept.
First time accepted submitter Alienwise writes "Judith Curry reports a scientific concept of an atmospheric CO2 sequestration plant. It would be based in the Antartic to profit from the cold weather, which would facilitate the creation of CO2 snow — which would then be buried. The plant could be powered by windmills." The lead author has agreed to let Curry link to a copy of the final manuscript, if you'd like to read more.
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A Modest Proposal For Sequestration of CO2 In the Antarctic

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