Although carbon sequestration could be done as described in the HCN article, perhaps at almost net zero carbon loss due to the necessity of requiring energy to pump the gas at very high pressure into essentially solid rock, I would suggest that the limited funds would be better spent on continued research into the adaptability of blue-green algae under elevated CO2 conditions.
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