Carbon Removal Policy In The EU And US To Be Examined In Carbon Gap Webinar

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Carbon Gap – a philanthropy-funded non-profit organization focusing on scaling carbon dioxide removals (CDR) in the EU, is hosting an online event dedicated to carbon removal policy. The webinar called A transatlantic dialogue: carbon removal policy in the EU and USA will take place on 17 January at 16:30 CET (10:30 ET). Participants can register here.

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As the world needs to unite efforts to scale CDR globally, the event aims to help bridge the gap that separates the EU from the USA and open the door to CDR policy opportunities. It gathers experts and key CDR policy stakeholders from both the EU and US:

  • Eve Tamme, Moderator – Managing Director, Climate Principles
  • Noah Deich – Senior Advisor, US Department of Energy
  • Giana Amador – Executive Director, Carbon Removal Alliance
  • Mark Preston Aragonés – Policy Manager, Bellona Europe
  • Christian Holzleitner – Head of Unit for Land Economy and Carbon Removals, European Commission DG CLIMA

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The webinar will discuss each region’s current policy landscape and the gaps in their CDR approach. The goal is to identify means to connect CDR policies and stakeholders on both sides and support international CDR policy progress.

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