The controversy of carbon geoengineering

Geoengineering, power plant emissions
Critics have warned that the development of carbon removal technologies could be used by fossil fuel producers to justify business as usual (Photo: Peter Andrews/Reuters)

Supporters insist removing carbon from the atmosphere is necessary to reach net zero, but critics call it a ‘dirty trick’ from fossil fuel producers

Carbon geoengineering is the removal and durable storage of carbon emissions from the atmosphere aimed at helping to limit the global temperature rise. While ...

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