Combating greenhouse gases: geological storage of CO2
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Climate change, recurring natural disasters, melting glaciers, sea level rise: our planet is in danger. The vast majority of experts now agree that anthropogenic emissions are the cause of these changes, described by some as dramatic in the medium and long term.
The gases involved include CO2 (carbon dioxide), produced in considerable quantities by transport, housing or industrial activities and considered as the most dangerous, predominantly responsible for exacerbating the greenhouse effect.
One of the current areas of research involves geological storage of CO2.