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Futurist, Writer and Researcher, now retired, former freelance writer for new technology ventures. Former President & CEO of Len Rosen Marketing Inc., a marketing consulting firm focused on...

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In the recent IPCC report on anthropogenic climate change, carbon capture and sequestration (CCS) is seen as a partial technical solution to addressing our continuing contributions of carbon dioxide (CO2) to the atmosphere. CO2 is the long-duration greenhouse gas (GHG) that can linger in the atmosphere in elevated concentrations for centuries if not millennia. The other GHGs like nitrous dioxide and methane contribute to global warming but in shorter spikes although with greater short-term impact. But it is the CO2 that has the attention of those seeking to use technology to reduce the speed of warming and possibly reverse it over time.

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