Clean Air Task Force

Clean Air Task Force (CATF) is an international nonprofit organisation that works to safeguard against the worst impacts of climate change by catalysing the rapid global development and deployment of climate technologies through research and analysis, public advocacy leadership, and partnership with the private sector.

Our goal is to rapidly accelerate the adoption of carbon capture and storage to prevent the emission of millions of tonnes of CO₂ from power generation and industrial sources around the world. CATF takes into account the role for carbon capture and storage globally as outlined by the scientific consensus and pathways from organisations like the IEA and IPCC by working backwards to develop, evaluate, and implement a roadmap of policies that will allow the technology to scale, deploy globally, and deliver necessary CO₂ reductions to meet our global climate goals.
In Europe, CATF has worked since 2020 to advance carbon capture and storage at the EU and Member State level, particularly in advocating for a EU strategy for carbon capture and storage as well as policies to support CO2 infrastructure development through the TEN-E and TEN-T Regulations, EU Emissions Trading System and the Net Zero Industry Act.