With Government’s, including Australia, spending billions of researching carbon capture and storage to try and keep the profits coming in from coal and oil exports and cheap fossil fuel energy – there is a very pertinent warning in this article…
” Since 2000, Cenovus has injected about 16 million tonnes of carbon dioxide underground to force more oil from an aging field and safely store greenhouse gases that would otherwise contribute to climate change.
But in 2005, the Kerrs began noticing algae blooms, clots of foam and multicoloured scum in two ponds at the bottom of a gravel quarry on their land. Sometimes, the ponds bubbled. Small animals — cats, rabbits and goats — were regularly found dead a few metres away.
Then there were the explosions…”