Carbon dioxide as a greenhouse gas and the effect upon merchant CO2 sourcing industries


Much of this article speaks in terms of CO2 off-gas from ethanol, which until the capital crunch was growing by leaps but is now slow in movement, as with other large capital projects.

The thrust of this interpretation also applies to other industries, even though much of the language is ethanol. For example, it would cover other forms of chemical and of course, power manufacturing – however, specific definitions may vary.

It is well known that the long-standing argument with respect to rising global temperatures has been due to a natural anthropogenic approach, which is beyond our control, and not due to human activity; or rising greenhouse gases in the atmosphere due to all human activities, primarily driven by generation of various forms of energy.

As we well know, the so-called ‘cap and trade’ bill narrowly passed The House of Representatives on 26th June 2009; which is more formally called The American Clean Energy act of 2009.

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