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Researchers say “one of the most common [biological] processes on Earth” is also “one of the most promising means of extracting atmospheric carbon dioxide” on a scale potentially large enough to reduce the risk of catastrophic global warming.
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Some hope we can lessen the climate impact of CO2 emissions by trapping and storing them underground. But researchers say potential sites vary so much that each will need separate appraisal.
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