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Landmark federal climate and clean energy legislation shows pragmatic climate policy is possible in a wide range of political landscapes
A new analysis from Clean Air Task Force assesses the four landmark pieces of U.S. climate and clean energy legislation passed over the last two years, a period that straddles multiple presidential administrations.
CATF to co-chair European Commission CCUS Forum working group
Clean Air Task Force (CATF) will join the European Commission’s 2nd annual Carbon Capture, Utilisation, and Storage (CCUS) Forum on October 27th and 28th in Oslo, Norway, outlining the strategic vision for large-scale carbon capture development in Europe in order to meet its climate goals.
Industrial Decarbonisation: A UK Case Study
The UK is at the vanguard of industrial decarbonisation efforts.
The current state of U.S. carbon capture
With several months still to go, 2022 is shaping up to be another year full of exciting developments for both point source carbon capture and direct air capture.
California evolves its climate leadership by increasing its options
Its net-zero emissions by 2045 goal is one of the most ambitious among U.S. states and it often sets policies and regulations that are more stringent than federal standards.
California passes carbon capture and storage legislation, marking a pivotal move toward achieving its ambitious climate goals
The California State Legislature voted to pass SB 905, critical carbon capture legislation that helps expand the number of clean energy solutions the state will be able to use to achieve its climate goals.
CATF appoints Benjamin Longstreth as Global Director of Carbon Capture
Clean Air Task Force (CATF) is proud to welcome Benjamin Longstreth to its team of experts as Global Director of Carbon Capture.
Why are Carbon Contracts for Difference gaining popularity in Europe?
With the proposed revision of the EU Emissions Trading System (ETS) Directive over a year ago, the European Commission put Carbon Contracts for Difference (CCfDs) on the map.