Fellow NETers - FYI.Greg
AGU Town Hall
Negative emissions technologies: New developments and scientific challenges
Join us for a rigorous discussion about the technical, social, and ethical
issues related to NETS and future research priorities
TIME AND PLACE:
Monday December 12, 12:30-13:30.
Moscone West Room 2011
Negative emissions technologies (NETs) encompass a wide range of approaches
that either transfer atmospheric CO2 into a storage compartment separate from
the atmosphere or reduce leakiness of existing natural carbon storage. A
variety of NETs have been proposed. Enhancing the potential magnitude,
sustainability, and affordability of these approaches poses significant
scientific and policy challenges. Come to this town hall to learn about new
initiatives on NETs, to share what you are doing, and discuss priorities and
opportunities for future action.
Welcome, Introduction and goals of Town Hall — Margaret Torn/Chris Field
Technical aspects, readiness of the range of technologies -- Greg Rau.
Social acceptance -- Katharine Mach
Governance -- Claire Jahns
Tradeoffs: food, security, biodiversity, water. -- Rob Jackson
Research support - current government programs - Noah Deich
Ethics, risks -- Chris Field
12:45: Q&A w/moderator
Research needs, priorities
Initiatives and large projects underway
Input from program managers
Thoughts about next steps
13:20-25: Wrap up and next steps
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