A new report from the Carbon Capture Technology Association shows that carbon capture technologies are not enough to combat climate change.

The report found that the amount of carbon captured per unit of CO2 emissions has decreased by an average of 8.5 percent per year since 1990, and that the cost per ton of carbon dioxide has decreased between 15 and 29 percent since 1990.

But there are still more ways to capture CO2, including increasing the amount that can be captured through a process called “biofuel,” which captures carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and converts it to electricity.

The Carbon Capture and Storage Association’s report points out that biofuel production will likely remain relatively limited in the coming decades, as companies need to build facilities to capture more CO2.

The organization’s report also shows that CO2 levels have continued to drop since the mid-1990s.

But, it says, the amount produced per unit carbon dioxide emissions has continued to increase.

“We see no reason to think that we are going to get anywhere near what we need to in the next few decades,” said Marcia Bessette, a director of the Carbon Reduction Initiative at the nonprofit Carbon Tracker Initiative.

“So there are a lot of reasons why we need a new approach that includes all of these technologies.”

The report was released on Tuesday, the same day the White House released its Climate Action Plan, a draft document that outlines what the administration says it wants to do to address climate change in the years ahead.

The document outlines ways to reduce emissions, cut energy use, adapt to climate change, and mitigate the impacts of climate change as a way to help achieve the goal of avoiding dangerous climate change for the next generation.

The plan also recommends ways to help the United States avoid its “unprecedented risk of extreme weather, including extreme heat and drought, and the potential impacts of drought and rising sea levels.”

The White House is also pushing to include climate-smart infrastructure projects in its climate-change plans, like building new water and sewage systems and installing more efficient, carbon-neutral transportation systems.

“There is a lot more we can do,” said Daniel R. Biederman, executive director of Carbon Tracker.

“But there are also opportunities to help us mitigate the effects of climate disruption.”

The plan says that we can use existing infrastructure to build a more resilient and resilient economy.

We can get out of the fossil fuel economy and make our energy use more efficient and energy efficient and then help the environment.

And we can make sure that we reduce the impact of climate disruptions by helping people transition to renewables.

The White’s plan also calls for the deployment of technology to reduce CO2 output.

The group says it will also recommend that federal agencies and states work together to establish the goals of carbon capture and storage, biofuels and other technologies.

“The United States is well on its way to meeting its ambitious climate change targets, and we can’t wait until we reach the goal to take action,” said David Shulkin, the acting secretary of the White, to the Associated Press.