This new documentary presents an in-depth exploration of carbon capture and storage (CCS) and the challenges it faces in the fight against climate change. Norway is leading the way with the “Northern Lights” project, which aims to store Europe’s carbon emissions within the North Sea. However, there are fears that CCS technology is not without risks.
Throughout the film, audiences will be taken on a journey through the history of CCS and learn about its technological limitations. The filmmakers investigate the potential for CCS in decarbonizing industries like steel and cement, while also examining the social and environmental impacts of the Northern Lights project. Additionally, the documentary will explore the concept of restoring moorlands as a more natural way of reducing greenhouse gases and why this approach has not been more widely adopted. This powerful film provides insightful information and raises essential questions surrounding the future of global climate action.