New UN Carbon Market Wrongly Signals Distaste for Engineered Carbon Storage

Opinion by Mathew Carr

The high cost of carbon-dioxide capture and storage right now should not dissuade the new UN 6.4 carbon market supervisory committee from supporting it.

See this post by Eve Tamme from Inside Climate Policy and my comments within:

The post links to another by the chair of the board that supervises the planned 6.4 market, Olga Gassan-zade:

The text underlined in red received a lot of passionate criticism. Eg

My take:

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