Bloomberg Green’s James Thornhill reports that there is a plan to bury Asia’s carbon emissions under the ocean.
Australia and Japan’s private sectors are finding ways to sequester carbon emissions. This year, 40 million tons of carbon emissions will be sequestered around the world.
“Another Australian project, CarbonNet, has ambitions to store as much 5 million tons of carbon dioxide a year in the Bass Strait, off Australia’s southeast coast, and aims to be operational by 2030.”
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