World’s First ‘Negative Emissions’ Plant Has Begun Operation

In an effort to reduce the 40 trillion kg of carbon dioxide humans produce each year, three companies have been working to build machines that can capture the gas directly from the air. One such machine in Iceland has begun operation.
The article mentions the work of a Canadian company called Carbon Engineering:

Suncor is proceeding with wind farm project near Drumheller, Alberta.

Suncor is proceeding with an 88 megawatt Wintering Hills Wind Farm project near Drumheller. The 55-turbine operation will tap the winds of east-central Alberta, an area relatively untapped by wind power agents compared with the Pincher Creek area.
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Environment minister unveils plans for carbon market in Canada