Survey: Public wants to see greater investment in technological carbon removal solutions

Cecilia Keating
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Orca, the world's largest direct air capture plant, started operating in Iceland earlier this autumn
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Orca, the world's largest direct air capture plant, started operating in Iceland earlier this autumn

Findings from BeZero Carbon reveal that nearly nine in 10 people would welcome greater business and government support for nascent carbon removal sector

Polling has suggested there is strong public support for public and business investments in carbon removal measures, ranging from afforestation to technological solutions such as direct air capture (DAC)....

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