Scandinavia should focus on carbon capture in order to meet the goal of the Paris Climate Accord, say three waste disposal companies, Denmark's Amager Resource Center (ARC), Norway's Fortum Oslo Varme and Sweden's Stockholm Exergi, in a joint call on Scandinavian and other European politicians and authorities.
Without carbon capture and sequestration (CCS), the companies say it will become both more expensive and more challenging to meet the requirements of the Paris agreement and limit the rise in average global temperature to 1.5 degrees Celsius.
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