Should carbon capture and storage be part of the package of measures we use to fight climate change?

Should carbon capture and storage be part of the package of measures we use to fight climate change?
Scientists have moved forward in their understanding of carbon capture and storage but should we be developing these technologies to help us tackle climate change, or will they encourage us to burn more coal?
Yes, CCS is a good practical solution
No, CCS will encourage fossil fuels

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