'An opportunity the UK cannot afford to lose': Does the UK need a regulator for carbon removals?

Michael Holder
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Climeworks Orca plant, Iceland | Credit: Climeworks
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Climeworks Orca plant, Iceland | Credit: Climeworks

The emerging market for nature-based and human-engineered carbon removals could be worth trillions of dollars in the coming decades, yet at present governance, policy, and regulatory frameworks are almost non-existent

Removing carbon from the atmosphere at scale, be it through projects that harness the power of nature or engineered technologies that soak up CO2, is now widely regarded as a necessity if global emissions...

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