Climate adaptation should not be approached with universal solutions. Designed primarily by and for affluent communities, the solutions considered best practice are often examples of “maladaptation,” causing more problems in the long term than the challenges they are trying to solve.
In the last entry in our series of long reads explaining CCS, Bertie Harrison-Broninski investigates the reasons carbon capture projects have such a ropey track record.
In the second article in our CCS series, Bertie Harrison-Broninski explains why CCS has a different status to other saviour tech: its place in climate modelling.
In the first in a new series of long reads explaining CCS, Bertie Harrison-Broninski digs into how the tech works, whether we’re on track with deployment, and what we can learn from CCS’s track record.