There is too much CO2 in the atmosphere.
There appears to be not enough CO2 in industry, at the moment.
Perhaps the question how to get the suppliers of CO2 back into production, so that carbonated beverages and meat remain plentiful on supermarket shelves, is the wrong one to ask.
I’d like to ask:
How much CO2 is produced and released by the food and drinks industry?
Can we develop processes in the food and drinks industry that don’t require CO2?
What’s the future of the gas industry and CO2 production in a decarbonised economic anyway?
Time for R&D and an opportunity to look afresh at a broken system, renew, refresh, replace…rather than just patching it up and waiting for the next breakdown.