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NOAA asks for help guiding US carbon capture research


National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration explores 11 ways of trying to mitigate climate change

Members of the public are being asked to review a series of strategies for mitigating climate change by reducing greenhouse gas emissions that have been proposed by the United States’ atmosphere monitoring and research agency.

Publishing a paper outlining 11 carbon dioxide removal (CDR) techniques on 1 December, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration said it was inviting the public to read, review and evaluate its proposals for slowing climate change through carbon capture.

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