On October 30, we co-hosted a workshop on negative emissions technologies/carbon dioxide removal with The George Washington University Environmental and Energy Management Institute. Recordings are available below.
Overview: The Exigencies Driving a Focus on Carbon Dioxide Removal/Negative Emissions Technologies
- Katharine J. Mach, Senior Research Scientist, Stanford University Earth System Science; Director, Stanford Environment Assessment Facility
Bioenergy and Carbon Capture and Storage (BECCs)Panel Chair: Elisabeth Graffy, Arizona State University
- Dan Sanchez, Congressional Science and Engineering Fellow, American Association for the Advancement of Science
- Tim Searchinger, Research Scholar, Woodrow Wilson School, Science, Technology, and Environmental Policy Program
- David Babson, Technology Manager, Bioenergy Technologies Office (BETO), U.S. Department of Energy
- Kelly Stone, Senior Policy Analyst, ActionAid USA
View morning session.
- James E. Hansen, Climate Science, Awareness and Solutions Program, Earth Institute, Columbia University, Energy, Climate and Policy: Status and Prospects
The Paris Agreement and BECCS (1.00-1:30pm)
- Wil Burns, Co-Executive Director, Forum for Climate Engineering Assessment, School of International Service, American University
CDR Simulation (1.30-2.30pm)
- Andrew Jones, Co-Director, Climate Interactive
View afternoon session.