Comparative Policy Analysis

The importance of local factors and timeframes for carbon removal policy design and action.

This post explores the importance of anchoring CDR policy design and advocacy in local factors (hooks) and timeframes (windows). Two current policy proposals from California and Massachusetts are assessed and compared.  All (carbon removal) politics is local. Policies designed to support carbon removals vary considerably by objective, design, underlying rationale, scope of impact, level of…

News and Commentary

How the Luxembourg's L-NET proposal can help put the Grand Duchy on track.

 In this webinar, moderated by Rethinking Removals’ Impact Director Chris Neidl, local advocates make the case for Luxembourg’s future leadership in the emerging and essential field of carbon removals finance, and explain how the Luxembourg Negative Emissions Tariff (L-NET) is the right policy to get it on track.

Bright Sparks' Chris Neidl shares tips and lessons learned for advocates.

 Rethinking Removals Impact Director and Bright Sparks Lead provides a short breakdown for advocates of key tips and guidelines for designing CDR support legislation for your area.