Governance of Direct Air Carbon Dioxide
Capture and Storage

This topic aims to present a detailed overview of Direct Air Capture and Carbon-Dioxide Storage (DACCS) to an audience interested in understanding the basic principles of DACCS, as well as the benefits and risks associated with this Carbon Dioxide Removal approach and the underlying governance issues associated with it. It seeks to answer the following questions:

  • What is DACCS and what role could it play in managing climate risk?
  • What do we know about the potential risks and benefits associated with this approach?
  • What do we know about research, readiness, potential and cost of DACCS?
  • How can an informed decision be made whether to scale up DACCS development and deployment?
  • What are some of the governance considerations around DACCS?
  • How might some of the governance challenges be considered or addressed in the context of current governance processes and mechanisms? ​


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