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The European Commission has opened a new chapter in European climate policy with its text "u201cSustainable Carbon Cycles U201d" (u201d). Natural and artificial CO 2 capture and storage technologies are to be addressed together in an overarching regulatory scheme for the first time. As a basis for commercialising storage solutions, the emergence of carbon credits has been identified. However, a necessary ingredient for efficient trading is to have certainty regarding the technology alternatives' climate impacts. The time horizon of carbon sequestration should be a critical component in certification and monitoring.
Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/s10272-022-1060-7
However, the behavior of Earth's terrestrial biosphere under negative emissions is highly variable. Weakness in the terrestrial carbon cycle in reaction to CO2 rise-up and -down forces is evident herein. Carbon in boreal forests can be stored for a long time, particularly because it is primarily carbon in boreal forests. Quite possibly irreversible carbon dioxide emissions could occur in permafrost even after achieving net-zero emissions, raising the importance of permafrost processes, which is also uncertain based on our current findings.
Source link: https://doi.org/10.21203/rs.3.rs-1074581/v1
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