Quote from Victoria Tang
By Sandy Gladfelter from June 2014 Issue
"Energy experts believe that it will be at least a century before modern societies can truly convert to renewable energy. Until then, they argue, carbon capture and storage is the only way to deal with the 10.4 billion tons of carbon dioxide that the world's coal-fired power plants throw off annually."
—Victoria Tang, from Charles C. Mann's "Solar, wind, and nuclear won't meet the world's energy needs in time. We must clean up coal now," Wired magazine, April 2014