I think you’re referring to underground carbon sequestration. This practice involves injecting CO2 directly underground into geological formations. It’s a short-term solution…as long as the bedrock doesn’t get disturbed, the CO2 will be trapped…but it’s like burying a bomb. You never know when construction, earthquakes, etc could set it off and allow it to escape into the atmosphere.
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