A study led by the University of Calgary found that underground carbon capture is feasible, but the costs will be "enormous." The goal of the Alberta government is to capture and store millions of tons of carbon each year. To accomplish that, the government plans to spend $1.96 billion to develop four commercial-scale carbon-capture-and-storage projects. The city has levied a tax on carbon emissions, but it is not enough, one project manager says.

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