This panel discussion will explore the role that carbon removal solutions can play in meeting climate goals, as well as the opportunities for philanthropies to kick-start the development of the carbon removal field. The event is timed with the release of the Center for Carbon Removal's report on this topic. A moderated panel discussion of climate science experts, philanthropists, and NGO leaders will explore the opportunities and challenges of carbon removal solutions and discuss strategies that philanthropies can pursue to have the largest impact in catalyzing the field.
Noah Deich - Center for Carbon Removal
Tim Kruger - Oxford Martin School
Peju Adeosun - Virgin Earth Challenge
Paul Hawken - Project Drawdown
Klaus Lackner - Arizona State University Center for Negative Carbon Emissions
Monday, March 14, 2016 from 6:00 PM to 7:30 PM (PDT) - Add to Calendar
Banatao Auditorium (room 310) - Sutardja Dai Hall - View Map