Imagine blowing up balloons with your car's tailpipe and then burying those balloons where they'll never be seen again. If you can imagine that process, then you pretty much can imagine the processes of carbon capture and carbon sequestration. The blowing up the balloons part of the analogy represents carbon capture, and the burying part represents carbon sequestration. Many scientists and even some politicians see carbon sequestration as a valuable way to sweep carbon under the oceanic or geologic rug where it can't contribute to climate change.
Keep reading to learn more about carbon sequestration.