White House Vision For Carbon Capture Faces Obstacles

By Ethan Shenkman and Sarah Grey (July 29, 2021, 5:19 PM EDT) -- Last month, the White House Council on Environmental Quality issued a report to Congress on carbon capture and storage, or CCS, that outlines a variety of policy recommendations to bolster CCS projects in the U.S.

The CEQ proclaims that the administration:

is committed to accelerating the responsible development and deployment of [carbon capture, utilization and storage] to make it a widely available, increasingly cost-effective, and rapidly scalable climate solution across all industrial sectors. And it notes that organizations from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change to the International Energy Agency place heavy reliance[1] on carbon capture in scenarios limiting global temperature...

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