The Positive of Negative

Cost Is Key for Building One of the First Carbon-Negative Power Plants

With climate catastrophe possibly looming, doing no environmental harm might no longer be enough. In an effort to drastically cut down on its carbon footprint, the Drax Group launched a £400,000 pilot project in November in North Yorkshire, England to create one of the first carbon-negative power stations in the world. Carbon negative goes one step further than carbon neutral, meaning an activity removes more carbon from the atmosphere than what's created during the process.
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