Last month, carbon capture and storage came in for strong criticism in a report from the Global Warming Policy Foundation (GWPF) entitled ‘The Bottomless Pit’. It should be noted that the GWPF is a UK-based think tank which has gained some notoriety for being openly sceptical of climate change and generally critical of CO2 emission reduction policies. Nevertheless, the new report authored by Edinburgh University economist Prof. Gordon Hughes is an interesting read, and has triggered a small war of words with notable CCS-proponents including Mike Monea of Saskpower (owners of the Boundary Dam CCS plant) and Scottish . . .