• While the world focuses on carbon dioxide—its problems and its uses—many are looking at how to move it around. Fortunately, a pipeline infrastructure already exists. Unfortunately, the pipelines were made for natural gas and not enough is known about how that infrastructure can handle carbon dioxide.
  • Purchasing carbon offsets is a widespread means of attempting to meet carbon-reduction and net-zero emissions goals across many industries. Also widespread is the increasing scrutiny of the practice. How “real” are the offsets? How are they quantified and verified, and by whom?
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