This bill would establish an executive committee at the National Science and Technology Council to coordinate interagency efforts on carbon removal research and development.
This bill would promote the development and deployment of CCUS technologies, including by making related pipelines and direct air capture projects eligible for guaranteed loan support from the U.S. Department of Energy.
This bill would commit the United States to the global One Trillion Trees Initiative and direct the Secretary of Agriculture to set domestic wood growth targets for the purposes of capturing and storing carbon.
Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Removals from Forest Land, Woodlands, and Urban Trees in the United States, 1990-2018
This report provides an overview of the status and trends of GHG emissions and removals from forest land, woodlands in the grassland category, HWPs, and urban trees in settlements in the United States from 1990 to 2018.
The Growing Climate Solutions Act creates a certification program at USDA to help solve technical entry barriers to farmer and forest landowner participation in carbon credit markets.
This white paper identifies near-term carbon capture and storage opportunities, then designs and plans the regional transport infrastructure required to maximize CO2 abatement while minimizing cost and land use impact.
This is the United States Democratic Party’s draft policy platform that includes sections on the potential role of carbon dioxide removal/negative emissions technologies to combat climate change.
The purpose of this working paper is to provide a consolidated set of high-priority, near-term federal policy options to advance carbon removal capabilities and deployment in the United States.