Policy, business & governance

Policy, business and governance are integral to scaling up Greenhouse Gas Removal (GGR) as rapidly and economically as possible, whilst remaining equitable and socially robust. In this section, the role of economic incentives, scalable business models and legal and governance frameworks are explored. 

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Economic policies & incentives

To achieve the required scale of Greenhouse Gas Removal (GGR), policy support will be needed in the form of effective financial, price and regulatory incentives. 

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Business models

This research theme investigates what types of business models are emerging and whether they can scale up the GGR industry quickly in ways that create economic, social and environmental value.

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Governance, legal & ethical factors

Robust GGR strategies require stable and durable legal frameworks for deployment and investment, and clarity on liability and responsibility.

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What is Greenhouse Gas Removal?

Our FAQ page answers questions around Greenhouse Gas Removal, including why we need it, what the different types of GGR are and how they can be pursued.

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GGR projects

Discover the five Demonstrator projects that are part of the GGR-D Programme: biochar, enhanced rock weathering, peatland, perennial biomass crops and woodland creation and management.

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Browse the latest publications from members of the CO2RE team, including articles in leading journals, policy briefings and reports on a range of aspects relating to GGR.