Fauvel et al. (2023): Regional implications of carbon dioxide removal in meeting net zero targets for the United States
Chloé Fauvel, Jay Fuhrman, Yang Ou, William Shobe, Scott C Doney, Haewon McJeon, Andrés F Clarens IN: Environmental Research Letters, DOI 10.1088/1748-9326/aced18
The authors used the Global Change Analysis Model for the United States to analyze how regional resources will influence and be influenced by CDR deployment in service of United States national net-zero targets. The modeling suggests that CDR will be deployed extensively, but unevenly, across the country. A number of US states have the resources, such as geologic carbon storage capacity and agricultural land, needed to become net exporters of negative emissions.