June 2021

04.06.2021

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Webinar: The Role of Carbon Capture and Removal Technologies in Achieving Industrial Sector Decarbonization

04. June 2021, online

"During this briefing, our speakers will discuss the various sectors that are considering carbon capture and removal technologies as a mitigation option and the enabling suite of bipartisan policies being considered by Congress to accelerate technology deployment in those sectors."

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08.06.2021

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C2G Discuss: Ocean-based climate altering approaches in context: the ocean-climate nexus

08. June 2021, online

"For World Oceans Day 2021C2GDiscuss will feature three global experts sharing their views on Ocean-based climate altering approaches in context: the ocean-climate nexus."

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16.06.2021

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Event: International PhD Colloquium 2021

16. June 2021, online

"The Department of Law, Technology, Markets, and Society (LTMS) is organizing the fourth edition of its annual PhD Colloquium on “The Regulation of New Technologies” which will be held  online on 16 June 2021."

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16.06.2021

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Event: AirMiners: Carbon Removal Careers Networking

16. June 2021, online

"We will have an open Wonder room for individuals to meet each other, organized by job function area (e.g. technical skills, operations, marketing). This is going to be a free-flowing networking session where you can have 1:1 conversations or enter into larger discussions with others about job opportunities in carbon removal."

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16.06.2021

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Webinar: Biomass Carbon Removal and Storage (BiCRS)

16. June 2021, online

"Join our expert speakers and panellists for an interactive webinar on BiCRS, on 16 June 2021, hosted by the Clean Energy Ministerial CCUS Initiative in collaboration with the Innovation for Cool Earth Forum."

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20.06.2021

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Webinar: HCI Webinar: Reversing Global Warming by Increasing Cloud Albedo

20. June 2021, online

"Join Dr. Stephen Salter, Emeritus Professor of Engineering Design at Edinburgh University, for an interactive discussion on how to increase the marine cloud albedo by spraying filtered seawater into the lower troposphere, and lower the sea surface temperatures allowing cyclone moderation,  adjustment to the phase, and amplitude of monsoons and, in the long term, a reduction of sea-level rise."

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21.06.2021

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Conference: Trondheim CCS Conference (TCCS-11)

21. - 23. June 2021, online

"The 11th TCCS instalment will feature world leading keynote speakers and present the latest and highest level research and development within the CCS value chain. From CO2 capture to transport and storage. Work undertaken within both R&D institutions, universities and industry will be presented."

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23.06.2021

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Event: How Carbon Removal Can Reach Negative

23. June 2021, online

"Join NYASG members for a conversation on advancing carbon removal strategies to meet our global climate goals."

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28.06.2021

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Event: Greenhouse Gas Removal: Ethics and Governance

28. June 2021, online

"The first of the summer workshop series, discussing the ethics and governance aspects of greenhouse gas removal."

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29.06.2021

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Webinar: What policy framework to scale up negative emissions by 2030

29. June 2021, online

"Climate neutrality will require negative emissions. Beyond mid-century, net-negative emissions will become an obligation also for the EU. Many different technologies exist at different levels of maturity; they will need to be durable and accountable. The meeting will discuss how and when to scale up technologies, what policy options are required and what trade-offs will need to be addressed."

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29.06.2021

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CEPS event: What policy framework to scale up negative emissions by 2030?

29. June 2021, online

"Join us for the meeting organised by CEPS and supported by the Negative Emission Platform which will discuss how and when to scale up negative emission technologies, what policy options are required and what trade-offs will need to be addressed."

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