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About half of that sequestration would be cost-effective, meaning enacting the necessary protections would cost less than the consequences of keeping that carbon in the air.
Fighting industrial carbon emissionsIf Jason Smerdon, a professor of ocean and climate physics at Columbia, had $100 million to spare, he wouldn’t necessarily focus his efforts on carbon capture and sequestration.
They are also buying carbon offsets, investing in another B Corporation that works on carbon sequestration in agriculture.
The fugitives had sufficient inducements to return to their hearths, without the fear of sequestration.
So the Ships were seized; held in sequestration, "till many of the cargoes (being perishable goods, some even fish) rotted."
Precisely in the same circumstances of idle and absurd sequestration stands the term polemic.
A more retired spot, a completer sequestration from the world of mart and highway, it would have been hard to find.
AUDREYMARY JOHNSTON
Bewildered, I signed and paid the Sequestration Commissioner out o' my buckskin pouch in hard coin.
THE LITTLE RED FOOTROBERT W. CHAMBERS
Moore bore himself, however, cheerfully enough, though anticipating sequestration in a debtor's prison.
THOMAS MOORESTEPHEN GWYNN
There was no sequestration of property, and repetition of the offence was not regarded as relapse.

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