I’ll bet when you think of all the studies being done on CO2 and Global Warming, you probably figure a lot of it has to do with the atmosphere or the ocean or plants of some kind—since that’s what it seems to affect the most. However, scientists have recently developed a method for finding and tracking CO2 underground. Why underground? Well, consider that a lot of emissions come from power plants—coal plants and the like—so, scientists started investigating underground caverns, fissures and coal beds to find places where those emissions can be stored; thus reducing the amount of greenhouse gases…
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