New research on safety of storing carbon underground is questioned

Inside Climate News: A new industry-funded scientific study concludes that underground storage of CO2 poses little risk to human health. At least one critic isn't convinced. By Katherine Bagley, InsideClimate News For more than a decade, carbon capture and storage technology has been heralded by fossil-fuel industries and many policymakers and scientists as an effective response to the threat of climate change. But the commercialization of CCS—which captures heat-trapping CO2 from smokestacks and pumps it into reservoirs......

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