What carbon capture means?

Carbon capture refers to the process of capturing and separating carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions from other gases, typically from power plants, industrial processes, or other sources of greenhouse gas emissions. The captured CO2 can then be stored in underground geological formations, used in enhanced oil recovery, or converted into useful products such as chemicals or fuels. The goal of carbon capture is to reduce the amount of CO2 emissions released into the atmosphere, which is a major contributor to climate change.

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