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Achieving Europe’s ambitious net-zero target will require rapid scale up of many different carbon removal methods. If done right, tomorrow’s release of the EU’s 2040 Climate Targets and the Industrial Carbon Management Strategy have the potential to join the Carbon Removal Certification Framework in kickstarting a significant push for the removal of EU’s historic and residual carbon emissions, turning Europe into a true leader of global carbon removal policy. However, unnecessary limitations on the types of carbon removal technologies could impede success.   

Ayon sa Intergovernmental Panel ng United Nations sa Pagbabago ng Klima (IPCC)., we need to remove up to 10 gigatons of carbon dioxide from the Earth’s atmosphere every year by 2050, In this context, tomorrow’s release of the 2040 EU Climate Target at ang Estratehiya sa Pamamahala ng Industrial Carbon could not have come at a better time. European Commission’s communication on the 2040 Climate Targets marks a crucial step in the EU’s path to achieving climate neutrality by 2050 and reaching net negative emissions, with carbon removals playing a mahalagang papel.  

Ang European Union (EU) ay matapang na iginigiit ang kanilang pangako na labanan ang pagbabago ng klima sa pamamagitan ng iba't ibang mga hakbangin, na may ambisyosong layunin na maging ang world’s first climate-neutral continent by 2050. As the third-largest global economy, the EU’s policies wield substantial influence in UN and country-level deliberations, underscoring the EU’s role in shaping global climate policies. Positioned as a frontrunner in carbon removal technology, Europe’s policy frameworks are likely to be picked up across the world. With this in mind, it is imperative that Europe establishes a positive precedent in carbon removals, paving the way for the rest of the world to emulate. 

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