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Researchers at the University of Leicester and the British Geological Survey have a new plan to find ways to do away with carbon dioxide: store it in huge underground reservoirs.
The study, published in the journal Planet Earth, looks at ways of containing carbon dioxide as a hydrate at cool temperatures in giant geological aquifers, which can remain harmless for thousands of years.
While the Arctic may be too warm for such hydrates, a few think that places in Europe would be suitable for such cool carbon banks.
"Potentially large volumes of carbon dioxide could be locked away as liquid and besides standard storage methods,it could aid to dispel our emissions problem until we become a carbon neutral society," says a researcher.
They also feel that this could be our answer to global warming--reducing carbon dioxide in the atmosphere without having to ditch our four-wheeler car or a tropical holiday.