CCS key to burning more carbon by 2100, say researchers

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CCS key to burning more carbon by 2100, say researchers

Developing CCS could allow more carbon to be unlocked while also limiting global warming in line with the Paris Agreement

Refining carbon capture and storage (CCS) technology will enable the world to use more of the carbon currently described as "unburnable", a new paper has found. The report, released today by the industry-backed...

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