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European Parliament ETS reform collapse is a major setback to industrial decarbonisation efforts
The European Parliament has today failed to find any agreement in plenary on the revision of the EU Emissions Trading System (ETS).
Open Letter to Members of the European Parliament on the Emissions Trading System and Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism
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.
Why Europe needs a comprehensive carbon capture and storage strategy
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.
European Parliament must restore ambition to AFIR and FuelEU Maritime proposals
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.
EU pioneers carbon removals certification: Key recommendations and principles
Doubling down on its global climate leadership, the European Union (EU) is pioneering a certification mechanism for carbon dioxide removals (CDR).
RePowerEU: Europe must find win-win climate solutions as it seeks energy security
RePowerEU is an opportunity for European policymakers to seek new energy security options that also deliver deep decarbonisation.
Europe’s new gas deals should prioritize wasted methane
To wean Europe off Russian gas, leaders are scrambling to find new supplies to quench their countries’ thirst for energy.
Submission to EU Call for Evidence: Certification of Carbon Removals
Clean Air Task Force (CATF) welcomes the European Commission’s climate ambition, leadership on decarbonisation and innovation, and pursuit of policies to decouple greenhouse gas emissions from economic growth. CATF supports the development of all forms of carbon dioxide removals where greenhouse gases can be verifiably removed from the atmosphere. CATF…