Carbon Sequestration

This process captures, removes and stores excess carbon and greenhouse gas emissions from the atmosphere to mitigate climate change effects. Sequestration methods can be categorized into four areas: biological, geological, technological, and industrial. Biological sequestration stores excess carbon in vegetation, oceans and soils; geological sequestration involves injecting carbon into porous rock formations underground; technological sequestration utilizes carbon for other purposes; and industrial captures emissions at every point in the combustion process through low-energy means.

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