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CO2 pyramids

In 2006 in ‘the revenge of gaia’ Lovelock writes that if the world’s annual 27 Giga tonnes (Gt) of CO2 emissions were stored as frozen CO2 at – 80°C it would form a mountain one mile high and twelve miles in circumference. Lovelock uses this as an example of the difficulties of carbon capture and storage […]

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