This paper outlines some of the key local dimensions of marine CDR as currently imagined, and suggests a framework for increasing local participation in its assessment.
The ocean is key to achieving climate and societal goals: Ocean-based approaches can help close mitigation gaps
This article outlines a “no-regrets to-do list” of ocean-based climate actions that could be set in motion today, including the required policy developments around the restoration of coastal and marine ecosystems and carbon storage in the seabed.
This chapter reviews the ocean’s potential role in international climate stabilization, and how ocean iron fertilization, ocean alkalinization, and the storage of carbon in the deep ocean can be used to further support such actions.
This article offers a survey of CCS projects in the South China Sea region and discusses the legal challenges associated with CCS activities in state practice.
This paper examines the current status and policy development of Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) in Korea and proposes establishing a legal framework based on the Korean 'Marine Environmental Management Act.'
Subchapter K tilted "Offshore Geological Storage of Carbon Dioxide" authorizes various state agencies to construct an offshore, deep subsurface geologic repository for carbon dioxide on state-owned land.
This article explores the legal frameworks governing sub-seabed carbon dioxide injection (offshore CCS) in U.S. and Canadian waters, particularly in the Cascadia Basin.
This chapter examines the legal issues associated with the use of sub-seabed transboundary geological structures including saline aquifers for carbon dioxide storage or disposal purposes.