This bill establishes the Interagency Working Group on Coastal Blue Carbon and sets targets for the protection and restoration of blue carbon ecosystems.
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 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.
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 establish an executive committee at the National Science and Technology Council to coordinate interagency efforts on carbon removal research and development.
This bill would add climate change adaptation and mitigation efforts to various existing federal programs as a priority focus and directs the U.S. Department of Agriculture to develop a plan to meet soil carbon sequestration targets.
This legislation combines several bills that aim to invest in green infrastructure and energy efficiency, renewable technologies, energy sources, and workforce training, including sections to further develop negative emission technologies and CCS.
This bill requires the Secretary of Energy to establish a carbon utilization research hub and a program for the RD&D of commercially viable technologies for the capture of carbon dioxide produced during the production of natural gas-generated power.
H.R. 5883 – To amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 to provide for an increased credit for carbon oxide sequestration for direct air capture facilities, and for other purposes.
This bill would make permanent the Section 45Q tax credit for carbon capture and sequestration systems installed at power plants and other industrial facilities and would increase a tax credit for direct air capture of carbon emissions.
This bill would create a DOE carbon capture and utilization technology commercialization program to improve the efficiency, effectiveness, cost, and environmental performance of fossil fuel-fired facilities, and a DAC technology prize program.