Energy agency urges more investment in carbon-capture projects to reduce pollution

October 21st, 2008 By Renee Schoof in Earth / Environment

One of the best ways to make deep cuts in the pollution from fossil fuels that is warming the planet is to capture emissions from factories and power plants and bury them deep in the Earth, but the world's industrialized democracies are spending "nowhere near" the money needed to get the first carbon-capture projects started, the International Energy Agency reported Monday.



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