With COP26 happening now in Glasgow, Scotland, there are still common concerns about where the money will come from to transition our economies to clean energy, the viability of carbon taxes, and how long the transition will take. By explaining the transition policy and estimating the technology development, Athan and coauthors suggest that new capacity in Canada will be funded by firms and investors and ultimately consumers, and establishing a steadily increasing carbon tax, improving solar, wind, batteries and other technologies are likely to take a few decades. See full story at Advanced Science News.
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