Kemerton chosen for carbon storage plan

The federal government has announced a $52 million feasibility study into a carbon capture and storage project in WA's south west, as part of its broader emissions reduction strategy.


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Bring it on. Then it will be even harder to explain how we can safely (supposedly) bury millions of tonnes of volatile gas with infinite half-life, but not thousands of tonnes of heavy metal with radioactivity that mostly decays in a few hundred years.

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