According to the leading studies outlining Germany’s path to climate neutrality in 2045, carbon management technologies, like carbon capture and storage and direct air capture, will play an important role in remaking the country’s energy system. As covered in a previous post, Germany’s industrial sector, which represent approximately 20% of…
Open letter to Members of the European Parliament: time to vote for an EU Emissions Trading System (ETS) and a Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism (CBAM) that work for the climate and support industrial transformation.
that carbon capture and storage – from capturing CO2 in industrial facilities to achieving negative emissions through permanent carbon removal technologies – is a crucial option for global decarbonisation.
Today, the Council of the European Union has thrown a roadblock into the attempt to decarbonise the maritime sector by adopting a deeply unambitious position on the proposed AFIR and FuelEU Maritime legislations.