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Event: IMBIZO 6: Marine Biosphere Research: Buoyant Solutions for Ocean Sustainability

18. - 22. October 2021, online

"The topics to be addressed during IMBIZO6 will progress this aim and showcase the positive, ‘buoyant’ solutions for ocean sustainability being discussed and implemented throughout the world."

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19.10.2021

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Conference: PCCC-6

19. - 21. October 2021, online

"The IEAGHG Post Combustion Capture Conference (PCCC) series has established itself as the world’s leading conference series addressing post combustion CO2 capture."

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Conference: Carbon Capture Technology Expo Europe

20. - 21. October 2021, Bremen / Germany

"Carbon Capture Technology Expo Europe is dedicated to discussing the increasing role that Carbon Capture, Utilization & Storage (CCUS) will play in transition to a net-zero carbon economy. Leading experts from around the world will discuss the latest advances in new technology for carbon capture, storage and transport, as well as unique ways of utilizing CO2 to produce net-zero fuels and for other manufacturing processes. "

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Conference: Hydrogen Technology Expo Europe

20. - 21. October 2021, Bremen / Germany

"The event will bring together the entire hydrogen value chain to focus on developing solutions and innovations for low-carbon hydrogen production, efficient storage and distribution as well as applications in a variety of stationary and mobile applications."

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Event: Carbon Removal and Environmental Justice: An Equitable Path to Net-negative (Carbon 180)

20. October 2021, online

"Climate change is here, affecting the lives of communities across the globe. We’ve already reached an untenable degree of warming, and cutting emissions alone won’t reduce the impacts of CO2 already trapped in the atmosphere. “Carbon removal” encompasses a variety of emerging methods to clean up those legacy emissions. The question facing the climate community today is how. Decisions about the types of deployments, the places they’re deployed, and by whom will define the carbon removal field for decades to come.This discussion takes a hard look at how to deploy carbon removal, from healthy soil practices to direct air capture, that centers the needs of communities, prioritizing engagement, safety, equity, and justice. Without just policy and broader community involvement, many carbon removal projects won’t get off the ground, slowing the clean-up of legacy emissions."

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