This bill would establish an NOAA-led Interagency Working Group on Coastal Blue Carbon to develop a national map of coastal blue carbon ecosystems.
Regulations for carbon capture, utilization and storage: Comparative analysis of development in Europe, China and the Middle East
This article proposes regulatory changes that are necessary for facilitating the CCUS supply chain at the domestic and regional level in Europe, China, and the Middle East.
This paper examines the international and U.S. legal frameworks that apply to ocean alkalinity enhancement.
Study on Legal Systems for Transboundary CCS Implementation and Transboundary Environmental Liability regarding CCS
This paper proposes a transboundary CCS liability framework that accounts for prepared standards and procedures around notification, risk impact assessment, and monitoring.
This chapter examines the legal issues associated with the use of sub-seabed transboundary geological structures including saline aquifers for carbon dioxide storage or disposal purposes.
This chapter focuses upon technology development in respect to carbon capture and storage – exploring intellectual property, government funding, and innovation prizes, and whether or not such incentives have been productive.
This paper reflects on sources of law and regulation of Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) activities in Brazil.
This paper reviews the international regulatory structures and legal requirements related to the authorization and monitoring of CO2 storage facilities, with a close look at the Brazilian framework.
This paper reviews the role of Article 6 of the Paris Agreement in enabling countries to meet the objectives they have set themselves in their Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs), with particular emphasis on how it can impact CCS.
Carbon capture and storage in the USA: the role of US innovation leadership in climate-technology commercialization
This paper seeks to provide an overview of CCS deployment in the USA while assessing the maturity of the US deployment framework, including policies and infrastructure.