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“Carbon Removal and More: What Lies Ahead for these Climate Solutions?”
You are invited to attend a free, live, audience-interactive Zoom webinar -- on Tuesday, October 26, 2021, from 7:00 to 8:00 PM USET.

The main speaker will be Dr. Julio Friedmann, one of the most widely known and authoritative experts in the United States on carbon removal (CO2 drawdown from the air and oceans), CO2 conversion and use (carbon-to-value), hydrogen, industrial decarbonization, and carbon capture and sequestration.

The discussion panelists will be Erin Burns, Executive Director of Carbon180, a climate NGO focused on the full range of carbon removal solutions; and Dr. Emily Grubert, US Department of Energy Deputy Assistant Secretary for Carbon Management.

To see more speaker and panelist information, scroll down past the registration form.

Please register now to reserve your place for this timely program. A video recording will be available for registrants who cannot attend. We do not share your contact information.

This program is sponsored by the West Virginia Center on Climate Change; the WVU College of Law Center for Energy and Sustainable Development; and the WVU Bridge Initiative for Science and Technology Policy, Leadership, and Communications.

The Zoom registration link for this program is https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_t1fho___Raa3E0Ug7y8giw.

For more information, go to https://wvclimate.org/; or visit https://www.facebook.com/ClimateCenterWV; or email info@wvclimate.org.

Oct 26, 2021 07:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Julio Friedmann
Senior Research Scholar @Columbia University
Dr. Julio Friedmann is one of the most widely known and authoritative experts in the United States on carbon removal (CO2 drawdown from the air and oceans), CO2 conversion and use (carbon-to-value), hydrogen, industrial decarbonization, and carbon capture and sequestration. He received his BS and MS degrees from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, followed by a PhD in Geology at the University of Southern California.
Erin Burns
Executive Director @Carbon180
Erin Burns is the Executive Director of Carbon180, a climate NGO focused on the full range of carbon removal solutions. A native of southern West Virginia, throughout her career Erin has worked on issues related to coal worker and coal community transitions. She holds a degree in Cultural Anthropology from Carnegie Mellon University.
Emily Grubert
Deputy Assistant Secretary for Carbon Management @US Department of Energy
Dr. Emily Grubert is a civil engineer and environmental sociologist who studies and informs decision making regarding infrastructure systems, particularly related to justice-centering decarbonization of the U.S. energy system. She holds a PhD in Environment and Resources from Stanford, an MS in Environmental and Water Resources Engineering and an MA in Energy and Earth Resources from UT Austin, and a BS in Mathematics and Atmosphere/Energy Engineering from Stanford.