Climate change

CO2 can be stored deep in the soil

Global warming can probably be curbed by pumping the greenhouse gas CO2 800 meters into the ground. Here you can see how that works.

Climate changes are a fact, and as a result, the temperature will rise in the coming century and the polar ice will melt.

The biggest culprit in the story of global warming is CO2 - a greenhouse gas that is emitted by power plants and traffic, among other things, and that covers the earth like a blanket and blocks energy from the sun.

Smoke free of CO2

If the power plants use this CO2 now they can remove from their fuel or filter it out of the smoke and then store the gas at a few hundred meters depth, they can prevent a lot of pollution.

For example, power plants can help to keep global warming under control.

Video: View how CO2storage works

Video: Soil Solutions to Climate Problems - Narrated by Michael Pollan (February 2020).

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