Lara Dammer, Head of the Department of Economy & Policy, along with Christopher vom Berg and Michael Carus, Executive Managers at our member nova Institute have co-authored an insightful paper entitled “Comprehensive Carbon Management – New Thinking and Terminology Are Required to Achieve Climate Targets and Secure a Sustainable Carbon Supply”.
The study, commissioned by the Renewable Carbon Initiative (RCI), embraces a more comprehensive approach to carbon management and showcases its roles in the future.
Here are some key insights:
🔵 Efficiency is key in carbon management. We need to allocate as efficiently and effectively as possible renewable carbon from biomass, CO₂, and recycling to industries that require it.
🔵 Ensuring a reliable supply of renewable carbon is essential for industries like chemicals and materials.
🔵 We must shift our mindset and treat carbon as a valuable raw material.
🔵 With a comprehensive approach, we can defossilise carbon-reliant sectors and energy production. Only as a last resource, when emissions are truly unavoidable, should we turn to carbon dioxide removal.
CO₂ Value Europe is a member of RCI, an alliance of more than 60 companies, SMEs, and start-ups committed to supporting and speeding up the transition from fossil carbon to renewable carbon for all organic chemicals and materials.
Read the article here.
Find more on the Renewable Carbon Initiative here.