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Throughout the academic year, GCEP holds workshops related to energy and the reduction in greenhouse gas emissions.

Energy Supply with Negative Carbon Emissions
June 15, 2012
Stanford University

Chair
: Chris Field, Director, Carnegie Institution for Science, Department of Global Ecology

As part of its assessment activity to identify new areas for fundamental research towards energy technologies that reduce greenhouse gas emissions, GCEP hosted a workshop on Energy Supply with Negative Carbon Emissions. Experts in biomass energy, carbon capture and storage, direct air-capture, system modeling, and mitigation of carbon based emissions that cause climate forcing gathered to present, discuss and explore avenues to address why we need to achieve negative emissions, what are the potential co-benefits and what is needed to get there.

The overarching objective was to identify opportunities for innovative, high-risk, fundamental research towards energy supply technologies with negative carbon emissions.

 

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