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Carbon capture: 130 plants needed ‘to avoid dangerous climate change’ | guardian.co.uk

More than a hundred carbon capture and storage projects (CCS) must be built to avoid dangerous global warming, an international CCS group said this week, as fears were raised over whether UK projects would benefit from an EU fund for 12 demonstration plants.

The Global CCS Institute said in a report published on Wednesday that governments needed to offer policies that show stronger commitment to CCS. It revealed that only one new large-scale CCS plant was built in the past year, taking the total number to 75, while eight projects were cancelled.

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