'Marketplace' Report: Burying Greenhouse Gases The United Nations has implemented rules governing the storage of greenhouse gases beneath the oceans. Proponents say it's a step toward fighting global warming, but environmentalists warn there are few safeguards against leaks.
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'Marketplace' Report: Burying Greenhouse Gases

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'Marketplace' Report: Burying Greenhouse Gases

'Marketplace' Report: Burying Greenhouse Gases

'Marketplace' Report: Burying Greenhouse Gases

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The United Nations has implemented rules governing the storage of greenhouse gases beneath the oceans. Proponents say it's a step toward fighting global warming, but environmentalists warn there are few safeguards against leaks. Marketplace's Sam Eaton talks with Luke Burbank.