January 4 - January 8, 2021

In November, the Biden-Harris transition team announced a plan to tackle climate change. Do you think Congress will support carbon capturing and storage infrastructure projects?

Answers Votes
No. 57%
Yes. 41%
Other (please respond in the comments). 2%

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Tagged categories: Asia Pacific; Climate Control; Climate monitoring; EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa); Government; Infrastructure; Latin America; North America; President Biden; Z-Continents

Comment from michael beitzel, (1/5/2021, 4:37 PM)

I think the congress will support anything as long as the projects are run or funded by their constituents or supporters. How about rather than capturing and storing this element destroying our world why don't we just use our solar and wind power to run filtering systems that would clean the evil from the air instead of building prisons for it. I didn't know if we cannot handle the infrastructure problems we already have, but what's neat about this proposal is there is no way of knowing if you are being successful. Another brilliant idea brought to you by our political elite. I think we should focus on the known problems at hand now and lets plant more trees.

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