Carbon capture companies try to counter their critics
13 Oct 2011
In 2008, the Canadian province of Alberta pledged to reduce its carbon emissions 50 per cent by 2050. It has been moving quietly towards that goal and is planning a publiccampaign to counter arguments that leave a large environmental footprint. Sandra Locke, who is responsible for Canada’s carbon capture and storage programme, says the campaign will explain that 70 per cent of emissions reduction will come from capture and storage.
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