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By Charley Rattan The Scottish Government’s Climate Change Act 2019 commits Scotland to ‘net-zero’ emissions of all greenhouse gases (GHGs) by 2045, which means that any residual GHG will need to be balanced by activities that take CO2 out of the atmosphere. This is likely to require carbon capture and storage (CCS) on all major emitters, and the conversion of fossil fuel systems to hydrogen..

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