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The Application of the Environment Act 2021 Principles to Carbon Capture and Storage

CCS was involved in the discussions at the 4th United Nations Environment Assembly in March 2019 and in side-events in the 26th UN Climate Change Conference, which took place in Glasgow in November 2021. The Environment Act 2021, which introduced a series of five environmental policies, includes the integration principle, the use of preventive action, the precautionary principle, rectification at source, and the polluter pays principle. This paper explores the use of the UK environmental law principles to carbon capture and storage policies in the United Kingdom, as well as other aspects. This paper, in doing so, aims at contributing to the discussion surrounding recent technological advancements that have been used to help combat climate change and some of the legislative issues raised by the use of CCS under UK environmental law.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.20944/preprints202201.0381.v1


Ship-Based Carbon Capture and Storage: A Supply Chain Feasibility Study

The International Maritime Organisation has asked the maritime industry to reduce its CO2 emissions by 53% and 75%. This paper addressed the following research issue: "What technological, economic, and pollution-related conditions predominantly determine the viability of a proposed supply chain of liquid CO2 capturing from LNG powered offshore vessels' exhaust gases?" The captured CO2 is transported to land where it is used by a new customer.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3390/en15030813

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