Antonio Valiente Barderas .
2016 International Journal of Research in Engineering and Technology  
Our civilization has come to a point that we could define as a point of no return. Development based on the production and consumption of energy from fossil fuels has led to the increase of carbon dioxide, which in turn, has contributed to the rise in temperatures and acidification of the seas. This is causing climate change which can drastically alter the conditions of life on our planet. To alleviate this raised the possibility of reducing the emissions of CO2 gas through different techniques
more » ... ifferent techniques such as the kidnapping of the gas. On the other hand, environmentalists press so that it emphasizes the use of so-called green energy from renewable energy sources. The dilemma is to continue with the current model of development or investing in new technologies that are currently more expensive than the traditional ones. Do we put an end to the empire of the CO2, or do we continue until we reach the point of no return?
doi:10.15623/ijret.2016.0505094 fatcat:mglbcztaxbbadoixusreqgnb3y