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    The lack of a settled legal framework that balances private property rights while maximizing the public good ultimately hinders the large-scale commercial deployment of geologic carbon sequestration, according to research by A. Bryan Endres, a professor of agricultural law at Illinois.  Click photo to enlarge

    The lack of a settled legal framework that balances private property rights while maximizing the public good ultimately hinders the large-scale commercial deployment of geologic carbon sequestration, according to research by A. Bryan Endres, a professor of agricultural law at Illinois. Click photo to enlarge

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  • To reach A. Bryan Endres, call 217-333-1828; email bendres@illinois.edu. The paper, “Geologic Carbon Sequestration: Balancing Efficiency Concerns and Public Interest in Property Rights Allocations,” is available online.