EU, Policy and Regulation

NGOs warn EU’s carbon removal proposals are ‘still falling short’

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The EU’s Carbon Removal Certification Framework is ‘still far short of the anti-greenwashing tool it purports to be’, says Bellona’s Mark Preston Aragonès (Photo: Beata Zawrzel/NurPhoto)

The European Commission’s proposed carbon removal legislation could still cause more harm than good to the climate unless further changes are made, say environmental campaigners. EU legislators must be clearer about the definition and measuring of carbon removals if a draft certification scheme is to have any real impact on ...

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