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Climat et atmosphère

Definition(s)

Carbon capture and storage refers to a range of technologies used to capture, transport, and store CO2, that together can be used to reduce the greenhouse gas emissions from fossil fuel power generation and other industrial sources. Credible analyses among clean energy technology projects show that carbon dioxide capture and storage (CCS) may need to play a substantial role in achieving the necessary emissions reductions (Source: http://africanclimate.net/en/node/8506; http://cdm.unfccc.int/about/ccs/index.html)

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Broader: émission
Related terms:
stockage du carbone

In other languages

Anglais
carbon storage
Russe
хранение углерода
Espagnol
secuestro del carbono
Chinois, Simplifié
碳储存
Arabe
تخزين الكربون

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Multilateral environment agreements tagged with séquestration du carbone

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Convention-cadre des Nations Unies sur les changements climatiques
Protocole de Kyoto
Convention de Ramsar
Convention de Rotterdam

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The London Convention