Carbon Capture and Storage is the process of capturing carbon dioxide, transporting it to a storage site, and depositing it where it will not enter the atmosphere. There are many different places CO2 can be captured - from power plants to industrial centers to directly capturing this gas from the air.
Most pathways to zero carbon envision some serious application of carbon capture and storage in order for the world to stay below dangerous temperature levels. But there are many questions about the maturity of this technology, its costs and scalability and whether it will truly become an important tool in helping to solve the climate crisis.
Speakers: Deepika Nagabhushan, Clean Air Task Force; Brett Henkel, Svante
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