56 countries agree – carbon capture is necessary
According to 56 countries, there should be fiscal incentives for carbon capture as part of a global climate change agreement set to replace the Kyoto Protocol in December 2015.
The recommendation was put forth by the UN Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE). Delegates plan to work on the accord in Peru next month, considering new scientific warnings involving floods, heat waves, ocean acidification and rising seas.
The UNECE feels the commercial development of carbon capture and storage doesn’t have enough political support, but it should.
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