Author: LaNdo <no@no.no>     Reply to Message
Date: 4/26/2019 11:17:24 PM
Subject: RE: Condensed Question

I think innovation could be the solution here. That's why the first step of public acceptance is so important. I'm totally against carbon taxes on the public and I don't think carbon taxes in general will make much of a difference. Here in Alberta we are all paying more for gas because of it, but why turn it into something we pay more for so will naturally be against anyways? If I knew that money was going into something productive I'd feel better about it, but the government will fumble that money and not make an impact with it really.

Asia has some interesting ideas on carbon capture facilities. In some cities in china they have carbon towers that absorb carbon. They are working on large scale facilities as well and if we find the right way to get enough power to neutralize more and more carbon it might make a difference. Interesting:

https://eandt.theiet.org/content/articles/2018/04/japanese-carbon-capture-facility-promises-much-higher-efficiency-and-lower-cost/
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