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To meet its climate change goals, Colorado is facing a massive challenge. The state has pledged to cut C-O-2 emissions by 50% by 2030. That means getting roughly 70 million tons of C-O-2 out of the air annually. Closing gas- and coal-fired power plants will only get the state so far. So, too, will trading more gas-guzzling vehicles for electric ones. So Colorado has begun to look at something bold: carbon sequestration. Reporter Michael Booth recently dug into the state’s planning around the concept. He spoke with fellow Sun reporter John Ingold about what he has learned.
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