The report discusses the role of carbon dioxide removal methods in contributing to attaining the long-term goal of the Paris Agreement, including the role of international carbon markets under Article 6 of the Paris Agreement.
Various methods of carbon dioxide removal (CDR) are being pursued in response to the climate crisis, but they are mostly not proven at scale. Climate experts are divided over whether CDR is a necessary requirement or a dangerous distraction from limiting emissions. In this Viewpoint, six experts offer their views on the CDR debate.
A blog post, in collaboration with Cloverly, exploring:
- Why carbon removal is vital for the fight against climate change
- The role the Voluntary Carbon Markets (VCM) are playing in scaling carbon removal
- The pros and cons of different carbon removal methods
- Key challenges and opportunities
- What businesses need to know to get started.
High-durability carbon removal is gathering increasing attention in the national and corporate net-zero plans. Both public and private sectors have recognised the importance of this sector and started mobilising funding to scale it up. The first examples of projects that have received substantial public funding and are looking to stack it with the proceeds from selling removal credits on the Voluntary Carbon Markets (VCM) have emerged, together with diverging views on how to combine these resources. This paper provides a brief exploration of considerations for such situations, together with elaborating on the changing role of the VCM and possible ways forward.
Robust accounting is critical to ensure the EU achieves its carbon removal ambitions.
Published in Environmental Finance.
An article in Frontiers in Climate, providing an overview of the current status and future opportunities for the European CDR policy, focusing on tech-based CDR.
The current status of negative emission technologies and the role of carbon capture and storage in delivering negative emissions in Europe.
A brief on carbon removal with CCS technologies. Key topics:
- The unique dual role of CCS in climate change mitigation;
- Opportunities, challenges and scalability of technological carbon removal approaches;
- Latest insights into the carbon removal policy considerations.
An update to my earlier paper on the European Green Deal, based on the key takeaways from the webinar with DG CLIMA.
The latest information and thinking on Article 6 of the Paris Agreement and its role in enabling countries to meet the objectives they have set themselves in their Nationally Determined Contributions, with particular emphasis on how it can impact on CCS.
A closer look at the European Green Deal with its extensive list of initiatives, and highlights what to watch out for in the coming days, months and years regarding low carbon technologies like carbon capture and storage (CCS). This paper explores how climate targets, governance, just transition, carbon border adjustment, industrial strategy, hydrogen, financing and infrastructure can support CCS technologies.
The overview outlines the main developments in negotiations on international carbon markets, technology mechanism, transparency framework and more.
National Communications are major reports submitted to the UNFCCC every four years. Countries report on the steps they are taking to implement the Convention and include certain information related to the implementation of the Kyoto Protocol.
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