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Carbon capture and storage: where should the world store CO₂? It's a moral dilemma

By Kian Mintz-Woo, Lecturer in Philosophy, Environmental Research Institute, University College Cork
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The recent Glasgow climate pact committed 197 countries to “phas[ing] down unabated coal”. Unabated coal refers to when power stations or factories burn coal without capturing and storing the carbon dioxide (CO₂) generated.

Because the world has made such little progress in eliminating coal, oil and fossil gas, climate modellers foresee some use of carbon capture and storage as necessary…The Conversation

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