Undoubtedly this will be perceived by many alarmists as a virtual climate disaster:
It was meant to be the world’s first demonstration of a technology that could help save the planet from global warming – a project intended to capture emissions from a coal-fired power station and bury them safely underground.
But the German carbon capture plan has ended with CO2 being pumped directly into the atmosphere, following local opposition at it being stored underground.
My perspective? It’s much ado about nothing. If anything, the CO2 “pumped directly in the atmosphere” will promote crop yields, and help to feed the hungry.
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