The report presents data on carbon sequestration from the Land Use, Land-Use change, and Forestry (LULUCF) sector and from enhanced oil recovery in the United States.
Law firm commentary on the proposed Treasury Department and IRS regulations addressing issues applicable to the tax credit for CCS under Section 45Q.
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.
This white paper makes the environmental case for an ambitious, targeted, and diversified program of near-term investment in DAC as part of a comprehensive strategy for achieving international climate goals over the next several decades.
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.
Prospects for bioenergy with carbon capture & storage (BECCS) in the United States pulp and paper industry
This paper estimates the technical and economic potential of integrating BECCS at pulp and paper mills in the United States with application of the existing federal tax credit for carbon capture and sequestration (Section 45Q).
In this report, Carbon180 translates lessons learned on the ground from farmers and ranchers across the Rocky Mountains into a menu of federal policy recommendations.
SOLVING THE CLIMATE CRISIS: The Congressional Action Plan for a Clean Energy Economy and a Healthy, Resilient, and Just America
This report lays out a framework for comprehensive congressional action on climate change and identifies the need to develop and deploy a suite of natural and technological carbon removal solutions to reduce carbon pollution as quickly as possible.
The Agriculture Innovation Agenda commits to enhance carbon sequestration through soil health and forestry and capitalize on innovative technologies and practices to achieve a net reduction of the agricultural sector current carbon footprint by 2050.
Congressional Testimony of Dr. S. Julio Friedmann, Center on Global Energy Policy at Columbia University
Testimony before the U.S. Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources hearing to examine the challenges and opportunities for large-scale carbon management.