November 18, 2020
12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
Carbon capture, use, and storage (CCUS) technologies and approaches are critical to reducing greenhouse gas emissions from the transportation, industrial, and power sectors, and a key ingredient to creating a more sustainable and equitable energy system. Implementing CCUS more broadly will require navigating technology, policy, and science issues at the state and national level and attention to a broad set of equity and environmental justice concerns.
“Carbon Capture in California” is the second event in a series of panels being convened as part of the Women In Energy CCUS Roadshow. These conversations highlight experts in the field of CCUS with a special focus on local policy and deployment. Columbia University’s Center on Global Energy Policy’s Carbon Management Research Initiative and Women in Energy program are pleased to host this panel of exceptional leaders to discuss the vital role of carbon capture in greenhouse gas emissions reductions and carbon dioxide removal.
We will discuss the status of carbon removal technology world-wide and in California, including how carbon removal technology fits into strategies to address climate change and bring global greenhouse gas emission to the equivalent of zero; how it can contribute to a more just energy transition, and how to assure safe and effective deployment of the technology. The panel will discuss recent analysis by Stanford University and the Energy Futures Initiative on carbon capture and storage, state and federal regulations, and technological advances in carbon dioxide use and removal, and efforts to reduce carbon dioxide emissions in the industrial sector.
This webinar will be hosted via Zoom. Advance registration is required. Upon registration, you will receive a confirmation email with access details. The event will be recorded and the video recording will be added to our website following the event.
This event is open to press, and registration is required to attend.
For media inquiries or requests for interviews, please contact Artealia Gilliard (mailto:[email protected]” target=”_blank”>[email protected]) or Genna Morton (mailto:[email protected]“>[email protected]).