Building a shared language: Carbon Gap releases French-language carbon removal brief

Carbon Gap is seeking partners to bring carbon removal content to other languages

Carbon dioxide removal is an emerging and fast-moving field, with few sources of high-quality information tailored for policymakers and other stakeholders in individual countries. Addressing this knowledge gap is one of Carbon Gap’s core missions, and we are pleased to announce the release of Understanding Carbon Dioxide Removal (French title: L’élimination du carbone atmospherique), a collaboration between Carbon Gap, Zenon Research, and Mines Paristech, to develop French-language carbon removal content that will serve to inform and inspire future commitments to carbon removal by the French government. View the brief here…

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Sustainable Carbon Cycles for Europe – what the Commission’s vision means for carbon removal

Carbon Gap comments on a new European Commission communication on Sustainable Carbon Cycles.

The 15th of December marked the official release by the European Commission (EC) of an important Communication on “Sustainable Carbon Cycles”. The document maps out how the removal, capture, re-use, and storage of carbon in service of Europe’s goal of Climate Neutrality by 2050 and achieving net negative emissions thereafter will be advanced, and how these climate solutions and sub-goals fit in with the many other EU policies, programs, targets, and priorities. Carbon Gap welcomes the announcement, and looks forward to working with the Commission to help advance common goals…

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Just getting started: launching Carbon Gap at COP26

Carbon Gap’s launch event at COP26 brought together stakeholders from around the world to develop a roadmap for the future of carbon removal.

Welcome to Carbon Gap! We’re a new, independent climate not-for-profit focused on eliminating the carbon dioxide that’s already heating up the planet. We exist to drive essential climate action by making Europe a leader in carbon removal, working with governments, scientists, NGOs, and businesses to unlock policy support for the full spectrum of carbon removal techniques, storing carbon safely in trees, soils, oceans, rocks, and the built environment. Over the last year, we’ve seen increasing recognition of the critical role of carbon removal in climate action, alongside more funding flowing…

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