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MONITORING THE HUMAN IMPACT ON CO2
The CoCO2 project builds the prototype systems for a European Monitoring and Verification Support capacity for anthropogenic CO2 emissions, which will be implemented as part of the Copernicus programme. From 2021 to 2023 CoCO2 will bring together expertise, existing capacities and innovative ideas from a wide range of European and international players.
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MONITORING THE HUMAN IMPACT ON CO2
The CoCO2 project builds the prototype systems for a European Monitoring and Verification Support capacity for anthropogenic CO2 emissions, which will be implemented as part of the Copernicus programme. From 2021 to 2023 CoCO2 will bring together expertise, existing capacities and innovative ideas from a wide range of European and international players.
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OBJECTIVES

The CoCO2 project will build the prototype systems for a European Monitoring and Verification Support capacity for anthropogenic CO2 emissions by bringing together expertise, existing capacities and innovative ideas from European and international players.

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CONCEPT

The CoCO2 project will deliver the prototype systems for a new European anthropogenic CO2 emissions monitoring and verification support capacity that can be implemented within the Copernicus programme as one of its service elements.

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Structure

STRUCTURE

CoCO2 will use a multitude of existing tools and data sets using the heritage of the CHE and VERIFY projects. These will be further developed as part of the overall methodology to meet the specified requirements for the overall CO2MVS capacity.

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To support EU countries in assessing their progress towards the targets agreed in the Paris Agreement and the European Green Deal, the European Commission is seeking to provide observation-based information on CO2 emissions.

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