What is the result that we are working to achieve? This is the question environmentalists should be asking themselves when discussing climate change, emission reductions, and our future use of energy.
If reducing emissions is really our goal, then all methods and technologies that reduce emissions should be encouraged, not just politically correct forms of energy like wind and solar. This is particularly true for carbon capture, use or storage (CCS or CCUS) technology. Carbon capture initiatives were developed in the United States almost 50 years ago and are a prime example of free enterprise solving complex problems.