Canada is already a world leader in carbon tech, supporting more innovation drives down costs and improves technology.

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ACTIVIST CLAIM: Activist letter urging the federal government not to support carbon tech claims it is ineffective and too expensive.

THE FACTS: Canada is already a world leader in carbon tech, supporting more innovation drives down costs and improves technology.

THE SOURCES:

Letter from scientists, academics, and energy system modellers: Prevent proposed
CCUS investment tax credit from becoming a fossil fuel subsidy

Here are some facts and sources to have a reasoned conversation about carbon tech in Canada:


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