Carbon-negative “technofixes” that aim to suck CO2 out of the atmosphere should play only a limited role in Canada’s future climate plans, a law firm has warned.
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Carbon-negative “technofixes” should only play limited role in Canadian climate plan -law firm
Carbon-negative "technofixes" that aim to suck CO2 out of the atmosphere should play only a limited role in Canada’s future climate plans, a law firm has warned.
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