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Carbon Capture, How and then What?

O2 emissions have been rising over the last decades following world’s development and industrialization. Recently a level of 400 ppm in the atmosphere has been surpassed and over 32 GtCO2 are emitted every year. The effect of greenhouse gas emissions on the Earth is unquestionable and has become a huge concern for society who leads the plea for measurements to mitigate its emission. If we are to control the emissions of CO2, we have to bear in mind that there are two different sources, static ones such as power facilities, representing 38% of US CO2 emissions and industry, accounting for 14% of the CO2 emitted, and mobile ones, the transportation sector, representing 32% of the total.

Citation: Martín M (2014) Carbon Capture, How and then What?. J Adv Chem Eng 4:e102. doi: 10.4172/2090-4568.1000e102

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