Salting and burying biomass crops in dry landfills could economically capture greenhouse gases for thousands of years

by Marni Ellery, University of California – Berkeley

As published by on April 12, 2023

Reducing global greenhouse gas emissions is critical to avoiding a climate disaster, but current carbon removal methods are proving to be inadequate and costly. Now researchers from the University of California, Berkeley, have proposed a scalable solution that uses simple, inexpensive technologies to remove carbon from our atmosphere and safely store it for thousands of years.

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