Carbon capture conference speakers address managing perceptions of their product
A confidence in the air contrasted with impending climate doom and the limitations of carbon capture technology in abating it.
As I arrived at the Edmonton Convention Centre for day two of the Carbon Capture Canada conference on Sept. 13 and checked my email over the complimentary breakfast, I came across a Canadian Press story on polling that shows 72% of Canadians are either worried or very worried about climate change.
Even in Alberta, the province where climate denial is most prevalent, 55% of the population is frightened for the future.
If any of the presenters at the Carbon Capture Canada conference were worried about impending climate catastrophe, rather than their ability to make money off it, they did a great job concealing it.