Carbon capture isn't the only solution
It's not a binary choice. There are other alternatives to consider. Some of them cheap, quick and effective.
Ocean iron ferilisation is one such. Small scale experiments showed increased kelp growth and vastly improved fish stocks. The local biology absorbed carbon from the ocean, which in turn absorbs it from the atmosphere. It was off Alaska I think, and the local salmon stocks bloomed in the year after the experiment.
It's literally dirt cheap and scales easily. But despite provable successes it doesn't get the required attention of funding because it's not doing anything to reduce CO2 production.
Same as planting trees. The planet has lost something like 3 trillion trees. Restoring a substantial chunk of those would suck vast quantities of CO2 from the air and lock it away. But again, that doesn't reduce those demonic emmissions.
Swarms of reflective or light blocking statites could orbit at the Earth/Sun Lagrange point to reduce incoming sunlight by a tiny percentage. Doesn't need to be huge. Less than 1% is enough to drop the temperature quickly. If it goes to far, program the swarm to eject some of their members. If it's not enough, add more to the swarm.
All these solutions could be implemented relatively quickly, if we collectively wanted to, without crippling our economies, without spiralling energy costs, without rushing to electrify everything before individual countries, never mind the world, are actually ready for the vastly increased demands on their electrical grids.