November 2005


Options to reduce greenhouse gases all possess downsides

WENDY WEIRAUCH, MANAGING EDITOR       Comments? Write: Any form of en..

WENDY WEIRAUCH, MANAGING EDITOR       Comments? Write: Any form of energy generation will create some additional greenhouse gases and will add some amount of pollution or negative environmental impact. The challenge is to make the best energy choices with a clear understanding of the positive and negative aspects of each option. New developments relative to capture and sequestering of CO2 from pulverized coal plants allow even this supposed dirtiest of energy options to become as clean as one can afford

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