05 Dec 2008
Where do drinks companies get their CO2 from to carbonate their drinks?
Why not put a Cola factory next to somewhere they are capturing CO2 and pump it into the drinks?
Is this viable, or is the beenfit small?
05 Dec 2008
Erm - Low Carbon Ranger - if someone has captured CO2 - I am not quite sure why you suggest it would be a good idea to release it into drinks?!!! (and thereby the atmosphere again...)
09 Jan 2009
If 800,000 tons of CO2 can be sequestered underground because of rock formations, is it correct to say that this CO2 given a chance will come up and float in the atmosphere? Or is it so much heavier than air that it will fall back to the Earth?
16 Jan 2009
Duncan - check out this new article on , driven by US Climate Action Partnership (USCAP).
Personally, I believe that CCS is a necessary evil - we have to do it but the assumption that we're clever enough to store that amount of carbon safely for a long duration seems like dangerous arrogance.
04 Mar 2009
According to Centrica's chief executive, it is viable, but won't come into play seriously until 2030. That seems far too late to me...