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By Valeria Criscione Valeria Criscione – Mon Jun 15, 5:00 am ET
Oslo – Can the North Sea basin hold all of the carbon dioxide in Europe? Norway certainly hopes so.
At a high-level conference in Bergen last month, the oil-rich Nordic nation announced that it will work with Britain to study how the base of the North Sea could be used for carbon dioxide storage for European countries. It will also allocate nearly $200 million toward carbon capture and storage projects in the European Union.
Although some environmentalists aren't yet convinced of the long-term prospects of seques
Ocean acidification is the name given to the ongoing decrease in the pH of the Earth's oceans, caused by their uptake of anthropogenic carbon dioxide from the atmosphere