A 150-page report prepared by Carnegie Mellon University’s Dr. M. Granger Morgan calls for the Obama administration to create a Federal Carbon Sequestration Commission to help regulate CO2. The report also states that, in order to meet goals of reducing emissions 80 percent by midcentury, the U.S. must employ CCS and other low carbon technologies. Dr. Morgan’s hope is the Federal Carbon Sequestration Commission would not rush into regulating CCS. Instead, he believes “[t]he commission should wait to draw lessons from the first handful of carbon capture and sequestration projects so regulations aren't enacted today that turn out to be counterproductive in the long run."