A psychological effect of having a potentially viable sequestration strategy

@article{Matsumoto2006APE,
  title={A psychological effect of having a potentially viable sequestration strategy},
  author={Katsumi Matsumoto},
  journal={Carbon Balance and Management},
  year={2006},
  volume={1},
  pages={4 - 4}
}
Purposeful carbon sequestration by direct injection into the deep ocean can store carbon for centuries. Even after injected carbon begins to leak back out to the atmosphere, much of the injected carbon will remain sequestered because of the acid neutralizing capacity of seawater. The slow leakage that occurs centuries into the future can give a false sense of security that the carbon and climate problem is under control. If this were to cause policy makers to become less vigilant about reducing… CONTINUE READING