This paper asks to what extent and how existing UN, EU, and Swedish climate policy instruments incentivize BECCS research, development, demonstration, and deployment in Sweden.
This paper addresses the importance of soils within the European Green Deal and identifies the significance of soils in Biodiversity Strategy, Farm to Fork and Climate Law.
This strategy sets out new ways to implement existing legislation more effectively, new commitments, measures, targets and governance mechanisms to protect nature and reverse the degradation of ecosystems.
Proposed regulation establishing the framework for achieving climate neutrality and amending Regulation (EU) 2018/1999 (European Climate Law)
Article 2 of this regulatory proposal sets the EU 2050 climate-neutrality objectives, recognizing that removals of greenhouse gases will be needed to compensate for emissions from sectors where decarbonization is the most challenging.
This article highlights the importance of transparency when it comes to European estimates on Negative Emissions Technologies and Practices.
Tensions in the energy transition: Swedish and Finnish company perspectives on bioenergy with carbon capture and storage
This paper addresses the following research question: What are the barriers and driving forces to realize BECCS according to company representatives, including their views on policy and their role in contributing to national climate goals?
This paper argues that the emergence of a transnational legal process that strengthens the sustainable production of biomass, balances the benefits of BECCS with the negative social and environmental externalities associated with biomass production.
This article presents a review of information related to the broad uses of biochar products, while discussing the legal aspects and quality standards applicable to biochar use in the European Union.