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Date:1/9/2009

rnments and scientists excited about cutting carbon emissions without disrupting energy supplies,'' said Morgan. Today, the U.S. makes roughly half its electricity from coal.

"If we are going to save coral reefs, many national parks and all the world's other vulnerable ecosystems, we have got to cut CO2 emissions by roughly 80 percent,'' Morgan said. He explains that there is no practical way to do that unless deep geological sequestration of CO2 is part of a portfolio of low carbon solutions that also includes improved efficiency in wind and nuclear energy. Copies of the new report can be obtained on line at www.CCSReg.org.

The grant to Carnegie Mellon is part of a $100 million Climate Change Initiative created by the DDCF to develop new energy technologies which in turn will create new infrastructures and boost jobs in a sluggish global economy.


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Contact: Chriss Swaney
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