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Wake up to CCS or feel the heat: report

THE world's efforts to achieve its Paris climate change objectives are in jeopardy unless carbon capture and storage starts getting equal treatment with trendy technologies such as renewables, the Global CCS Institute says.

Wake up to CCS or feel the heat: report

“Unless CCS is afforded ‘policy parity’ – equitable consideration, recognition and support with other low-carbon technologies – then achieving the Paris Agreement objectives is in serious doubt,” GCCIS...

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