There are three main steps to carbon capture and storage (CCS)
Ocean Sequestration: Carbon stored in oceans through direct injection or fertilization.
Geologic Sequestration: Natural pore spaces in geologic formations serve as reservoirs for long-term carbon dioxide storage.
Terrestrial Sequestration: A large amount of carbon is stored in soils and vegetation, which are our natural carbon sinks. Increasing carbon fixation through photosynthesis, slowing down or reducing decomposition of organic matter, and changing land use practices can enhance” carbon uptake in these natural sinks.
Green carbon is carbon removed by photosynthesis and stored in the plants and soil of natural ecosystems and is a vital part of the global carbon cycle
The potential alternative to the 'cap and trade’ method currently used by the protocol. The aim of this tax is to cause less fossil fuel use and hopefully cause an incentive to use other sources of energy.
India's Position on carbon tax:
India will bring a WTO challenge against any impose on Indian imports, "carbon taxes" that rich countries
|1. What is carbon sequestration?|
|2. How does carbon sequestration help in mitigating climate change?|
|3. What is geo-engineering?|
|4. How does geo-engineering differ from carbon sequestration?|
|5. What are some examples of geo-engineering techniques?|