Carbon Capture and Its Storage: An Integrated Assessment
Simon Shackley, Clair Gough
Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., 2006 - Nature - 313 pages
Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) offers the possibility of significant reductions in the volume of CO2 released into the atmosphere in the near to medium term. As a fairly new technology that has not been widely adopted, there remain some uncertainties related to both viability and desirability. This book discusses the key issues with regard to technical and legal feasibility, economic viability and public and stakeholder perceptions. It also provides recommendations for policy and future research.
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good work on CARBON CAPTURE & STORAGE Technology .If this technology is successfully implemented on our planet we can definitely increase the human vicinity on our mother earth.
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