Canada backs carbon capture
Governments commit C$1.65B to 2 projects, claim they lead world in developing technology; others say industry should do cleanup
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Canadian and Alberta taxpayers are starting to feel a rather large hand in their pockets as the two governments roll out plans for carbon capture and storage projects — their key technological initiative to remove greenhouse gas emissions from the atmosphere.
In early October, C$865 million in publ....
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