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Sessions with this Speaker

Mar 15 2018 4:30pm - 5:30pm

Room 11

Carbon Negative: Technologies at the Forefront of Innovation

It is not sufficient to decarbonize our energy systems. To reduce the worst impacts of climate change, we also need to effectively capture carbon at the source, or remove it from the atmosphere altogether.

Beth Hardy

Vice-President, Strategy and Stakeholder Relations, International CCS Knowledge Centre

Julio Friedmann

Distinguished Associate, Energy Futures Initiative

Jason Wolfe

Director, Energy Solutions, FortisBC

David Keith

Professor of Applied Physics, Harvard’s School of Engineering and Applied Sciences and Professor of Public Policy, Harvard Kennedy School and Founder at Carbon Engineering

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