This paper examines the international and U.S. legal frameworks that apply to ocean alkalinity enhancement and seaweed cultivation.
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 report focuses on the policies to reduce land-based emissions of greenhouse gases such that around one-fifth of agricultural land in the UK is released by 2050 for actions that reduce emissions and sequester carbon.
This article reviews the main strategies for climate change abatement, including a comprehensive section on negative emission technologies; the current state of development, perceived limitations and risks as well as social and policy implications.
This paper reflects on sources of law and regulation of Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) activities in Brazil.
Capturing Opportunity: Law and Policy Solutions to Accelerate Engineered Carbon Removal in California
This policy brief outlines policy proposals for deploying engineered carbon removal technologies in California, including the key barriers limiting development progress and actionable solutions to overcome those barriers.
This paper seeks to provide some initial guidance on the technical features and advantages and risks of different carbon standards, focusing on criteria that influence the integrity of carbon credits around reforestation and avoided deforestation.
This Global CCS Institute briefing seeks to communicate and educate stakeholders on the potential risk characteristics of CCS and to discuss these in the context of de-risking CCS investments and addressing challenges from a US perspective.