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Regulatory framework for the certification of carbon removals - remarks on the EU Commission’s roadmap : a brief assessment by the German Environment Agency / by Friederike Erxleben, Judith Voß-Stemping, Lisa Bretschneider (lead authors), Frederike Balzer, Ulrike Döring, Lea Köder, Marc Marx, Kirsten op de Hipt, Dana Ruddigkeit ; publisher: German Environment Agency ; responsible units: Section V 2.6 Climate Protection Projects – Designated National Authority CDM/Designated Focal Point JI; Section V 1.2 Strategies and Scenarios for Climate Protection and Energy
VerfasserErxleben, Friederike ; Voß-Stemping, Judith ; Bretschneider, Lisa ; Balzer, Frederike ; Döring, Ulrike ; Köder, Lea ; Marx, Marc ; Hipt, Kirsten op de ; Ruddigkeit, Dana
KörperschaftDeutschland
ErschienenDessau-Roßlau : German Environment Agency, October 2022
Umfang1 Online-Ressource (12 Seiten, 1,32 MB)
SpracheEnglisch
SerieScientific opinion paper ; October 2022
URNurn:nbn:de:gbv:3:2-919033 
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In its climate protection law the EU has anchored the goal of being greenhouse gas neutral by 2050 at the latest. All GHG emissions must be ambitiously and rapidly avoided or reduced to achieve this goal. GHG emissions that are unavoidable according to the current state of knowledge (residual emissions) must be balanced by negative emissions (carbon removals). In its Communication "Sustainable Carbon Cycles" of 15/12/2021 the EU Commission (EU COM) announced its plans for a ’Regulatory Framework for the Certification of Carbon Removals’. The EU COM has announced to propose an EU regulatory framework for the accounting and certification of carbon removals by the end of 2022. So far many key issues are left unanswered by the EU COM which need to be addressed according to the German Environment Agency