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.
Fair distributions of carbon dioxide removal obligations and implications for effective national net-zero targets
This paper looks at the implications that an equity perspective could have on national and regional obligations for negative emissions and the respective timings of net-zero targets.
This paper highlights that policy must fill two gaps: the accounting and the commercialization gap for the near-term development of a comprehensive CDR policy framework.
This paper asks to what extent and how existing UN, EU, and Swedish climate policy instruments incentivize BECCS research, development, demonstration, and deployment in Sweden.
This paper models a wartime-like crash deployment of direct air capture (DAC) as a policy response to the climate crisis, calculating funding, net CO2 removal, and climate impacts.
This briefing aims to help investors and others interpret and assess the feasibility of the role of CDR in companies’ climate plans.
This paper provides a comprehensive analysis of legal issues associated with deploying an offshore DAC system, powered by offshore wind turbines, in Canadian waters and storing the captured carbon dioxide in sub-seabed rock formations.
This book chapter examines the rules relating to marine scientific research (MSR) as they apply to marine geoengineering taking place in areas beyond national jurisdiction (ABNJ).
This article identifies artificial ocean alkalinization governance models and the applicable international law around artificial ocean alkalinization activities.
This study comprises an analysis of relevant legislation, combined with a series of interviews conducted in the community of Selby (a proposed location for BECCS development), to investigate procedural justice in the context of carbon removal.