NETMeth – Not
- Dec 2, 2021 4:11 pm GMT
Hopefully this will be a short post. I am mainly writing it to address a proposal that I do not think is a good idea. This is mainly because I read about it in a periodical that I greatly respect, and I really do not wish to hear others saying that it sounds like a great proposal.
The proposal was in an article in the Nov 5 issue of Science, and it was to use negative emissions technology to capture methane. The good news is that this article pointed out several problems with this proposal.
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