1. Is the fizzy in your beer and soda really dangerous? Yes, in concentrated form, carbon dioxide (CO2) can cause "rapid suffocation without warning." That's why the proposal to process 10 million tons of CO2 each year at the PurGen coal plant in Linden, N.J. seems dangerous and dumb. After all, 1.8 million people live within 10 miles of the proposed coal plant.

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  2. Bob Martin, Commissioner of the N.J. Department of Environmental Protection, says he is "adamantly" against the PurGen coal plant proposed for Linden, N.J. "None of it makes sense," he said in a keynote speech April 17, 2010 in Newark.

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  3. A company in New Jersey is planning to bury 700 million tons of hazardous waste carbon dioxide beneath the floor of the Atlantic Ocean, hoping it will stay there forever. What if it doesn't?

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  4. The PurGen Project in Linden, NJ is planning to bury millions of tons of hazardous waste carbon dioxide (CO2) beneath the floor of the Atlantic Ocean, hoping it will stay there forever. Emily Rochon of Greenpeace International explains some of the flaws in the project.

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  5. Bradley Campbell, former commissioner of the NJ Department of Environmental Protection, is now promoting a coal power plant proposed for Linden, N.J., which would bury 700 million tons of carbon dioxide beneath the Atlantic Ocean. In this video, he explains the project to the Linden, N.J. City Council, August 27, 2009.

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Clean Coal Isn't

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The coal industry is in trouble because it produces an outsized share of the nation's carbon dioxide (CO2), which is warming the planet. As a result, new coal plants are being canceled left and right. The coal industry's response is so-called "clean…


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The coal industry is in trouble because it produces an outsized share of the nation's carbon dioxide (CO2), which is warming the planet. As a result, new coal plants are being canceled left and right. The coal industry's response is so-called "clean coal" -- a plan to bury CO2 in the ground and beneath the oceans, hoping it will stay there forever. But what if it doesn't?

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