Carbon capture and storage: overview

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6 March 2014 Is carbon capture and storage (CCS) buried for good, or is there something out there that could economically resurrect it, asks John Westwood Burning coal has long been recognised as a major source of pollution. In 1952, 12,000 people died as a...

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