This paper analyses the literature addressing the legal problems with CCS-CDM projects and reviews the two central aspects of (i) who should be liable and (ii) how should liability be designed to account for CO2 seepage.
This paper analyses the December 2011 decision by the meetings of the UNFCCC in Durban, South Africa, to adopt modalities and procedures for CCS as clean development mechanism (CDM) project activities under the Kyoto Protocol.
This article proposes that the legal issues concerning carbon capture and storage should be put in the post-Kyoto agreements regarding climate change.
Adjusting Carbon Management Policies to Encourage Renewable, Net-Negative Projects Such as Biochar Sequestration
This article considers the present legal challenges to adjust carbon management policies, specifically carbon crediting schemes, for biochar as a carbon sequestration technique.
This article provides insight from lawyers and economists at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution September 2007 conference on the topic of ocean iron fertilization and regulated carbon markets.
Carbon Capture and Storage Under the Clean Development Mechanism – An Overview of Regulatory Challenges
This article identifies how the Clean Development Mechanism could provide financial incentives to enable the implementation of carbon capture and storage projects.
This article examines the prospect of using tropic forest projects to sequester carbon dioxide in Africa and argues that land tenure exists as a prohibitive obstacle to the implementation of afforestation and reforestation approaches.
This paper is a review of the discussion, as it was happening, around allowing CO2 capture and geological storage (CCS) into the Kyoto Protocol's Clean Development Mechanism (CDM).