Looking at the Potential of Carbon Sequestration 2018 - Atmospheric Levels of CO2 have Risen from Pre-Industrial Levels of 280 PPM to Present Levels of 375 PPM - ResearchAndMarkets.com

DUBLIN--()--The "Looking at the Potential of Carbon Sequestration 2018" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.

This report envisages on the key issue of making carbon sequestration an economically competent and financially viable strategy which links the community in the long run by incentivizing sustained socio-economic activity in conjunction with the environment. The report looks at carbon sequestration projects as a means of promoting sustainable forestry practices as well as conserving the interest of the land stakeholders in implementation of these projects.

The report gives a bipartisan view of the policy and economic support needed for success of sequestration projects and the conceptual framework of the issues challenging progress in general. The need for dissolving individual political ideologies in favor of the larger picture is stressed upon as a necessity. The report delves into the methodologies currently employed in this arena to address problems related to leakages of carbon in forest based carbon sequestration projects.

The report provides a detailed analysis of establishing the link between carbon and climate change as well as the areas of improvement needed in current applicable treaties like the Kyoto Protocol.

Thereafter, the report also addressed the flaws in the current approached applied worldwide and exemplifies the regions where the successful sequestration has been carried out achieving the key factors associated with it as a requisite. The report uses the Bolivia-Noelle Kempff Climate Action model and several other projects as case studies of a large scale carbon project at work in a developing country.

Companies Mentioned

  • BP Plc
  • Chevron Corporation
  • Encana Corporation
  • ENI Spa
  • Norsk Hydro ASA
  • Royal Dutch Shell Plc
  • Suncor Energy

Key Topics Covered

A. Executive Summary

B. Introduction

C. How to Go About Carbon Sequestration

D. US DOE's Carbon Sequestration Program

E. Constraints to Present Methods

F. Storage Methods

G. Ocean Sequestration of Carbon Dioxide

H. Carbon Sequestration in Forests

I. Carbon Sequestration Projects

J. Leading Players in Carbon Sequestration

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Related Topics: Carbon Emissions and Capture

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Laura Wood, Senior Manager
press@researchandmarkets.com
For E.S.T Office Hours Call 1-917-300-0470
For U.S./CAN Toll Free Call 1-800-526-8630
For GMT Office Hours Call +353-1-416-8900
Related Topics: Carbon Emissions and Capture