65%
Yes
35%
No
65%
Yes
35%
No

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 @SenBR2003 from New York answered…4wks4W

 @9NF9B4M from Iowa answered…2wks2W

No, but companies should be taxed for their carbon emissions and this will incentivize them to invest in carbon capture technologies and other ways of reducing pollution

 @GavinKuebler from Pennsylvania answered…1mo1MO

No, they are a largely inefficient means of reducing carbon since they focus only on reversing environmental harm rather than reducing it and can be used to justify further carbon emissions.

 @QueenedPrincess  from California answered…2 days2D

Not if they will be used for profit. No more socializing costs and losses while privatizing profit and gains.

 @9P3JCM7 from Michigan answered…5 days5D

Carbon capture disincentivizes organizations and people from taking environmentally-beneficial actions.

 @9N36PJ8 from Washington answered…3wks3W

Regenerative farming should be substitutes, and it would capture more carbon than other technologies.

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