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Carbon Capture and Storage: Developments under European Union and International Law

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Recent amendments to key international legal regimes and the proposed introduction of an enabling legislative framework within Europe, have highlighted the importance of CCS as a climate mitigation option for the European Union and its Member States. This paper seeks to analyse these developments and provide an up-to-date examination of the issue of regulatory options for CCS and further proposals for the resolution of legal ambiguity.

Affiliations: 1: Centre for Law and the Environment, Faculty of Laws, University College London


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