Definition of carbon sequestration in English:

carbon sequestration


mass noun
  • A natural or artificial process by which carbon dioxide is removed from the atmosphere and held in solid or liquid form.

    • ‘The scientists are currently using computer models to figure out the potential rates for carbon sequestration on golf courses.’
    • ‘One proposal being widely discussed in the scientific community is carbon sequestration.’
    • ‘For example the management of carbon dioxide from the burning of fossil fuels could be dealt with through further carbon sequestration.’
    • ‘Carbon sequestration in agricultural land has been studied over the past few years to determine its potential for ameliorating climate change.’
    • ‘We often hear the misperception that the carbon sequestration / storing effect of growing tree energy crops is temporary.’
    • ‘The same approach should apply to research on new low-carbon or non-carbon energies or carbon sequestration.’
    • ‘The concept of "clean burn" should not be extended to include carbon sequestration.’
    • ‘Despite the depleting forests, the estimation of net annual carbon sequestration from 1972-73 to 1999-2000 appears to be positive.’
    • ‘Important, albeit lower visibility, ideas on carbon sequestration in forests have also made strides forward.’
    • ‘Carbon sequestration is a third alternative to reduce GHG emissions.’
    • ‘This working paper reviews the legal issues concerning geological carbon sequestration in the offshore waters surrounding the United Kingdom.’
    • ‘However, many farmers currently are using improved land management practices that promote carbon sequestration without receiving any direct monetary incentives.’
    • ‘Let's take a little tour of the world of carbon sequestration.’
    • ‘Reading down to the bottom of the press release we find carbon sequestration has little do with the project.’
    • ‘He is describing carbon sequestration, the buildup of the stock of carbon in organic matter in soils.’
    • ‘Despite these fears, for an increasing number of oil companies carbon sequestration is now a reality.’
    • ‘However, to fully understand the potential of carbon sequestration in agriculture, the economic costs of switching from conventional to conservation management must be estimated.’
    • ‘We have the broadest and most applicable scientific knowledge to tackle carbon sequestration.’
    • ‘The most significant advantage of mineral carbonation by magnesite is that it is the only permanent form of carbon sequestration.’
    • ‘Chris is interested in documenting what the potential is for carbon sequestration.’