Carbon Capture, Utilization and Storage - Gordon Research Conference 2019 2019-05-05 16:00:00

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Start:Sunday, 5 May 2019Time:16:00
End:Friday, 10 May 2019Time:13:00
Category: Non-SCS events

Tackling the Carbon eiusmod Dioxide Challenge for magna a a Sustainable Future.

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Venue: Les Diablerets Conference Center
Eurotel Victoria, Les Diablerets
Detailed DescriptionCarbon Capture, Utilization and Storage systems play a central role in political debates, technological efforts and scientific developments around climate change, as a consequence of two factors. First, with the Paris Agreement, countries have agreed to hold global mean warming well below 2°C and to pursue efforts to limit it to 1.5°C. Second, scientists have shown that any limit to global mean warming implies a maximum cumulative amount of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, the so called carbon budget. Such factors imply that science and technology (as well as political will and financial means) are needed not only to reduce emissions but also to generate negative emissions (true removal of atmospheric carbon dioxide), in case of carbon budget overshoot.
KontaktProf. Marco Mazzetti, ETH Zurich
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This event is public. Anyone can attend and invite others to attend.
Spichiger David (creator)