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Here's what it could cost for California to hit zero-emissions goal, Ars Technica

Here's what it could cost for California to hit zero-emissions goal, Ars Technica

      Cleaning up our mess –

             

For something like $ 8 billion a year, it could soak up a lot of CO₂.

      

      

           

However, achieving

net – zero emissions is easier than “actual” zero because activities that actively remove CO 2 from the atmosphere (sometimes called “negative emissions”) could cancel out some of the stubborn emissions we can’t get rid of. To find out how that might work in California’s case, a Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory report analyzed options to estimate costs. It points to a hefty — though not impossible — price tag to meet that goal.


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