2022 Scoping Plan Update - Engineered Carbon Removal Technical Workshop Presentations
The 2022 Scoping Plan Update will assess progress towards achieving the Senate Bill 32 2030 target and lay out a path to achieve carbon neutrality no later than 2045. Achieving carbon neutrality will require the State to consider engineered carbon removal both at the source of emissions as well as directly from the atmosphere. CARB and the California Natural Resources Agency have assembled experts to discuss recent market trends, potential applications, environmental factors, and community considerations for engineered carbon removal. Engineered carbon removal refers to technology solutions that remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. This term is inclusive of – but not limited to – projects that capture carbon emissions from industrial facilities, filter carbon emissions directly from the atmosphere, and safely store carbon in geologic formations. Presentations from the workshop are listed below. For more information visit AB32 Climate Change Scoping Plan.
2022 Scoping Plan Update - Engineered Carbon Removal Technical Workshop Agenda