Net zero ‘much harder’ without carbon capture

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Carbon capture is a key part of the road to net zero carbon emissions, but many have tried and failed get projects off the ground.

Not everyone is convinced carbon capture will happen without a commercial incentive, but a greener future gets harder and harder without it

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