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Designing greenhouse gas reporting systems: learning from existing programs
Designing greenhouse gas reporting systems: learning from existing programs

1st December 2013

Topic(s): Policy, law and regulation

This World Resources Institute working paper reviews corporate and facility-level mandatory reporting programs - from Australia, California, Canada, the European Union, France, Japan, the United Kingdom, and the United States - and identifies steps to implement a mandatory reporting program. The discussion is limited to mandatory programs requiring disclosure of GHG emissions (as opposed to voluntary reporting), and to facility and corporate level reporting (as opposed to national, regional, or city inventories).

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A pathway to a climate change agreement in 2015: options for setting and reviewing GHG emission reduction offers
A pathway to a climate change agreement in 2015: options for setting and reviewing GHG emission reduction offers

1st October 2013

Topic(s): Policy, law and regulation

The United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) Parties need to put forward emission reduction offers as part of the 2015 climate change agreement that is currently being negotiated. This paper suggests options for the design of this process, including the content of the offers and how they will be reviewed. Ensuring that this process is properly designed will be essential to creating an agreement that encourages a low-carbon, sustainable world.

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NER 300: State of play
NER 300: State of play

16th February 2011

Topic(s): Policy, law and regulation

Presentation on NER 300 state of play, delivered in Brindisi during CCS Network sharing event.

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1996 Protocol to the London Convention 1972: Overview of contracting states
1996 Protocol to the London Convention 1972: Overview of contracting states

7th July 2010

Topic(s): Policy, law and regulation

1996 Protocol to the London Convention 1972: Overview of contracting states

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The content within the Global CCS Institute Publications, Reports and Research Library is provided for information purposes only. We make every effort and take reasonable care to keep the content of this section up-to-date and error-free. However, we make no claim as to its accuracy, currency or reliability.

Content and material featured within this section of our website includes reports and research published by third parties. The content and material may include opinions and recommendations of third parties that do not reflect those held by the Global CCS Institute.

Reconciling King Coal and Climate Change: A regulatory framework for carbon capture and storage
Reconciling King Coal and Climate Change: A regulatory framework for carbon capture and storage

1st January 2009

Topic(s): Policy, law and regulation

This paper provides an overview of CCS technology and then focuses on what the authors see as the major gaps in the US system for regulating CCS. These gaps are first, the unresolved property law issues and second, the issue of long term liability for stored CCS.

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An assessment of carbon capture and storage under EC competition law
An assessment of carbon capture and storage under EC competition law

2nd May 2008

Topic(s): Policy, law and regulation

This paper examines the impact of carbon capture and storage (CCS) on competition and EC competition law. Firstly, the state aid framework is analysed as CCS-projects will need subsidisation. Secondly,the impact of CCS on industry structure in the energy sector is analysed. It is concluded that CCS will probably lead to vertical integration and possible foreclosure. These problems can be overcome by an effective third party acces regime, but this is lacking in the legal framework for CCS. The rules on state aid are also considered to provide insufficient guidance.

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