Dangerous global warming could be reversed, say scientists

​THE GUARDIAN: A combination of burning trees for energy and capturing and storing carbon dioxide could offset and even reverse emissions.

Global warming could be reversed using a combination of burning trees and crops for energy, and capturing and storing carbon dioxide underground (CCS), according to an analysis by scientists. But experts cautioned that trying such an approach after temperatures had passed dangerous levels could be problematic, as climate change reduced the number of trees available for "bioenergy".

The lead author of the study: Professor Christian Azar.

Read the complete article in The Guardian (11 July 2013): Dangerous global warming could be reversed, say scientists

 

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