UN casts doubt on carbon removals, prompting industry backlash

Michael Holder
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Climeworks' direct air capture and storage | Credit: Climeworks
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Climeworks' direct air capture and storage | Credit: Climeworks

More than 100 companies and experts involved in the emerging carbon removals market write to UNFCCC in dismay over briefing note raising concerns over viability such technologies

The UN's climate body has raised concerns over the technological viability and environmental benefits of engineered carbon dioxide removals, provoking a backlash from companies and experts involved in...

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