Sequestering CO2 key to reaching Australia’s net zero target, scientific agency says

Published 10:11 on December 12, 2022  /  Last updated at 10:11 on December 12, 2022  /  Asia Pacific, Australia, Nature-based, Voluntary  /  No Comments

Sequestration of CO2 will be a “key component” for Australia to meet its emissions reduction targets, with nature-based methods already able to provide lower cost and scalable solutions, while engineered technologies such as direct air capture (DAC)  able to make a longer term impact with policy and investment backing to reach commercial maturity, according to a report released on Monday.

Sequestration of CO2 will be a “key component” for Australia to meet its emissions reduction targets, with nature-based methods already able to provide lower cost and scalable solutions, while engineered technologies such as direct air capture (DAC) are able to make a longer term impact with policy and investment backing to reach commercial maturity, according to a report released on Monday.

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