Working Paper

Accounting for terrestrial and marine carbon sink enhancement

Authors

  • Marius Paschen
  • Felix Meier
  • Wilfried Rickels
Publication Date

Any integration of extra carbon dioxide removal (CDR) via terrestrial or marine sink enhancement into climate policies requires accounting for their effectiveness in reducing atmospheric carbon concentration. Different accounting methods have been introduced to quantify the impacts of sink enhancements. Here, we provide a manual for the different accounting methods, accompanying the implementation of the accounting methods in a R-file which is free for download. Hence, the material allows applying the different accounting methods and for demonstration purposes we provide a numerical example.

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JEL Classification
Q54

Key Words

  • Carbon Accounting
  • Carbon Dioxide Removal
  • Carbon Sinks
  • Temporary Carbon Storage

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