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National Implementation of Carbon Capture and Storage: The Case of Germany

Mathias Hellriegel


arbon emissions into the atmosphere are considered the main cause of global warming. Curbing greenhouse gas emission and, in particular, carbon dioxide emissions is thus a major objective of international, European and national policy efforts. Along this line, the German Government has adopted an ambitious energy and climate programme consisting of various measures aiming at efficient climate protection.1 The discussion of appropriate means to reach emission reduction goals include plans to capture carbon and store it in appropriate storag


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