Expert: Wyoming A Good Place for Carbon Sequestration

Jackson Hole, WY – Business leaders predict dealing with climate change could mean big business for Wyoming. Attorney Kipp Coddington represents companies interested in carbon sequestration, that is, pumping carbon dioxide from burning coal underground, instead of venting it into the atmosphere. He says Wyoming has not only the right geology but also the right attitude to take advantage of the budding technology. Coddington spoke at the University of Wyoming's climate summit in Jackson.