Rejecting carbon capture risks increasing emissions. Here's why

2022-01-25 9:36:00 PM

Rejecting carbon capture risks increasing emissions. Here's why via @NatObserver

Rejecting carbon capture risks increasing emissions. Here's why via NatObserver

Put simply: Canada and the world need carbon capture in the toolkit to address climate change and meet international climate obligations.

But it’s not just the climate impact that the academics overlook.Environment Minister Steven Guilbeault, pictured Nov.Aid groups and international agencies estimate about 23 million people, more than half the country, face severe hunger and nearly 9 million are on the brink of starvation.Rebates on carbon taxes haven't helped Canadians warm to them, a new survey suggests.

They also seem to misunderstand the state of play in the carbon capture industry.Their letter states that carbon capture is not “proven at scale” and is not “economically sound.'If there’s ever a time where Minister Guilbeault is prepared to communicate with Canadians on an issue that he knows well, this is it,' says Summa Strategies' Elliot Hughes.” But there are of CO 2 being captured around the world annually from a variety of industries and sources, including projects capturing carbon at a cost well below.S.

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