Carbon removal is increasingly included explicitly or implicitly in EU legislative files, programmatic work, and policy discussions. Until now, there was no comprehensive picture of the regulatory framework around Europe’s emerging carbon management system, but this is changing. What lies ahead for European carbon removal policy?
On 25 April, Carbon Gap will be launching a CDR Policy Tracker, an online tool that will give a digest of all EU legislative files – adopted, under discussion, or foreshadowed through official Communications from the EU Institutions.
The presentation of the Tracker will be followed by a panel discussion about the future direction of CDR policy in the EU, policy gaps, and opportunities for policy leadership to further accelerate and increase the EU’s commitment to supporting the carbon removal field.
European Carbon Removal Policy – Programme
9:00 Introductory remarks – Eli Mitchell-Larson– Carbon Gap Science & Advocacy Officer
9:05 Presentation of the policy tracker and Q&A – Devina Banerjee– Carbon Gap Policy & Programme Manager
9:25 Coffee break
9:35 Panel discussion about the future direction of EU CDR policy
Moderator: Kira Taylor– Euractiv
- Fabien Ramos– European Commission DG CLIMA Carbon Removal Policy Officer
- Sophie Scherger– Institute for Agriculture & Trade Policy (IATP) Europe Program Associate for Climate and Agriculture
- Felix Schenuit– German Institute for International and Security Affairs Research Associate, ‘State of CDR’ report co-author
- Andrea Klaric– Carbon Gap Policy Director and Head of European Policy Strategy
10:20 Closing remarks – Carbon Gap
Watch the full event recording below: