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Carbon Dioxide

Sources to Sinks: Expanding a National CO2 Pipeline Network

ELR Article

Enhanced oil recovery has generated an immense and growing market for carbon dioxide (CO2), which has uses in manufacturing, medical, and industrial settings. In the next 30 years, these combined end-uses will necessitate a three- to...

H.R. 3282

ELR Congressional Update

H.R. 1166

ELR Congressional Update

Legal Pathways to the Broad Use of Negative Emissions Technologies and Direct Air Capture of Greenhouse Gases

ELR Article

Deep decarbonization will have to explore the use of negative emissions technologies (NETs), which include the direct air capture (DAC) of ambient carbon dioxide. NETs capture or consume more carbon dioxide than they emit, and DAC is a...

S. 2602, Bill Introduced

ELR Congressional Update

Realizing China’s Paris Commitment to Addressing Climate Change: Challenges and Legal Solutions

ELR Article

Since 1990, China’s carbon emissions have increased 73% due to economic growth. Although China’s emissions per capita are only about one-fifth of those from the United States, China is the largest emitter in the world. China signed the...

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