About the Carbon Removal Policy Tracker

The Carbon Removal Policy Tracker is a free platform to help policymakers, businesses, investors, and non-profit organisations access actionable information on the legislation and government programmes relevant to carbon removal across Europe.

The tracker provides information on current and proposed government policies across Europe and the process by which these policies are being shaped.

We want to demystify how those with an interest in carbon removal can get involved in the policy process, such as through highlighting active consultations and providing regular updates on how legislation is progressing.

We want this to be a collaborative effort to unlock more engagement in the carbon removal policy space. If you have ideas or information to contribute towards the development of the CDR ecosystem, get in touch at [email protected].


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