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Date:9/4/2008

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  • Confronting climate change now. Stopgap measures offer the potential for near-term responses to global warming. They include technology for capturing carbon dioxide from smoke stacks and socking it away in deep ocean repositories.

  • Confronting climate change tomorrow. Permanent solutions to global warming include advances toward harnessing the chemical magic of plants photosynthesis to turn water and sunlight into an abundant supply of clean fuel.

  • Our sustainable future. New scientific discoveries are paving the way toward a society that provides for the needs of people today, while assuring that natural resources and a healthy environment is there for future generations.


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  • Contact: Charmayne Marsh
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    202-872-4445
    American Chemical Society
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