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There are climate solutions that obtain their power from the fossil fuel economy. It can be bi-directional: while the solution requires energy from the problem, the problem also gets something in return. They are symbiotically connected. The solution cannot really solve, because it needs the problem...

There are climate solutions that obtain their power from the fossil fuel economy. It can be bi-directional: while the solution requires energy from the problem, the problem also gets something in return. They are symbiotically connected. The solution cannot really solve, because it needs the problem to persist. These are solutions powered by the problem,…

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good article. strong agreement about CCS, all the evidence is there. but describing carbon offsets as having the same problem in the introduction? i haven’t seen conclusive evidence for this. still looking for a study that demonstrates carbon markets are a net negative.