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Is Carbon Capture and Storage Unrealistic? - Mark Deisendorf

Complete video at: http://fora.tv/2009/04/24/World_Bank_Praxis_Discussion_Series_Energy Dr. Mark Diesendorf argues that while he hopes to see carbon capture technology available eventually, it currently isn't a practical solution. He adds that in addition to being impractical, it serves to siphon funds away from other, more viable, energy solutions. ----- This program of The World Bank's Praxis Discussion series focuses on the role of energy in international development. Experts discuss the best policies for implementing renewable energy systems, and explore how a clean, reliable source of energy can do more than just light a home. Mark Diesendorf teaches Environmental Studies at the University of New South Wales, Australia. He was formerly Professor of Environmental Science at the University of Technology, Sydney and a principal research scientist with CSIRO where he was involved in early research on integrating wind power into electricity grids. Diesendorf currently serves on the editorial boards of several international scholarly journals. His most recent book is Greenhouse Solutions with Sustainable Energy.
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