This paper reflects on sources of law and regulation of Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) activities in Brazil.
This paper reviews the international regulatory structures and legal requirements related to the authorization and monitoring of CO2 storage facilities, with a close look at the Brazilian framework.
How Changes in Legally Demanded Forest Restoration Impact Ecosystem Services: A Case Study in the Atlantic Forest, Brazil
This paper evaluates, in a rural watershed, the impact on carbon sequestration, soil loss, and soil sedimentation caused by the change from the Forest Code to the Native Vegetation Protection Law in Brazil.
Comparative International Law: The Scope and Management of Public Participation Rights Related to CCS Activities
This paper surveys the public participation rights found in the regulatory standards of CCS in Australia, Canada, the European Union, the United Kingdom and the United States and compares the standards to the Brazilian regulatory configuration.
This paper discusses the civil liability regarding CCS in Brazilian environmental law and shows that the lack of a legal and regulatory framework of CCS activities represents the main barrier to its national development.
This article evaluates three policy options for promoting reforestation, paying particular attention to the impacts on farmer livelihoods and their intrinsic willingness to restore and preserve forest cover.
This was a 2011 progress report on CCS readiness throughout the world with regard to the legal and regulatory framework development that is critical to CCS deployment.
This paper identifies the legal, regulatory and economic challenges in the USA, Canada, EU, Australia, and Brazil that must be addressed if an enhanced oil recovery (EOR) project is to serve as a CCS project.