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Challenges Associated with Carbon Capture Technology Adoption by India

Author : Mayank Sada Kamadi 1 Dr. Reshma Raskar Phule 2

Date of Publication :7th September 2021

Abstract: Carbon capturing and sequestering technology is a manner of seizing atmospheric carbon dioxide from variant resources. The approach's utility is to restrict the discharge of large quantities of CO2 in the atmosphere from anthropogenic sources. The technology is seen as a critical climate assurance technology for nations like India. The motive of the research is to analyse the challenges associated with carbon-capturing technology in India. Moreover, the advanced and latest technology that acts as the opportunity to capture and sequester the carbon is also discussed with the suggestion that it needs to be looked at effectively for human and environmental benefits. To obtain the challenges and opportunities in the carbon-capturing technology with the Indian perspective, various existing resources are keenly analysed and produce the relevant outcome. For effective research, the paper explored more than 60 papers and online resources in initial reading, and eventually, when writing the article, it selected 24 research papers. The outcome reveals that through the willingness of the administration to implement the inappropriate strategies effectively, cost-effective mechanisms and advanced technology are some measures to handle the challenges discussed in the paper.

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