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Disappointment as Council backtracks on European methane ambition
Today, the Council of the European Union came to an agreement on the Methane Regulation, the first EU-wide attempt at combating methane emissions from the oil and gas industry.
Open Letter: Leading NGOs call on European Commission to defend methane regulation
Ahead of a crucial decision by the Council of the European Union, 11 leading NGOs have raised serious concerns about the watering down of the EU Methane Regulation, and call on the European Commission to speak up against the suggestions of the Council. The letter makes detailed policy recommendations and…
Open letter: Protecting the Innovation Fund to ensure real climate action and support industrial transformation
10 leading NGOs express concern over provisional RePowerEU agreement that would weaken critical climate innovation funding in Europe.
Open Letter: Leading NGOs call on European member states to back methane regulation
“As one of the architects of the Global Methane Pledge, the world cannot afford to see the EU’s first foray into methane legislation fall flat.”
European proposal for a Carbon Removal Certification Framework the first step towards verifiable carbon dioxide removals
The European Commission’s Carbon Removal Certification Framework proposal marks the beginning of a process towards creating a cohesive vision for the deployment of carbon removal technologies, both in Europe and around the world.
World leaders show momentum on methane at COP27 ministerial co-hosted by CATF
World leaders, led by the U.S. and EU, demonstrated significant momentum toward achieving the goals of the Global Methane Pledge today at a COP27 ministerial meeting on methane, co-hosted by Clean Air Task Force.
EU, U.S., Japan, Canada, United Kingdom, and Norway announce landmark international methane agreement at COP27
On November 11 at COP27, the European Union, United States, Japan, Canada, United Kingdom and Norway announced a landmark new agreement to tackle global methane emissions from the oil and gas sector.
Assessing hydrogen emissions across the entire life cycle
Just what is a hydrogen Life Cycle Assessment and why is it important?