Utah to Curb Greenhouse Emissions

November 21, 2007
The Salt Lake Tribune reported this week that Utah is diving headlong into the battle to curb greenhouse emissions.
According to the article, “The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) plans to spend $67 million over the next decade on a technology solution for climate change that will be tested in Utah. Plans call for pumping carbon dioxide, a greenhouse gas blamed for global warming, into mile-deep rock formations under Carbon County for long-term underground storage.”
A successful implementation of this project would be a boon to Utah's energy industry, providing offsets for the fossil-fuel pollution produced by power plants and energy development.

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