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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04.07.2021

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Conference: Goldschmidt2021: Session 9j: Atmospheric carbon dioxide removal by enhanced weathering to mitigate global warming

04.-09. July 2021, online and Lyon / France

"This session focuses on enhanced weathering (EW) techniques to remove CO2 from the atmosphere. To enable discussions between fields, we welcome submissions on both terrestrial and marine EW by scientists from different disciplines."

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07.07.2021

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Event: Panel Geoengineering: Clutching at any straw or part of a solution strategy?

07. July 2021, online

"With this interdisciplinary panel we aim to shed some light on this controversial field by discussing the pros and cons of geoengineering with our audience and an interdisciplinary group of world-renowned experts."

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08.07.2021

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Event: Eleventh GeoMIP Workshop

08. - 09. July 2021, online

"The program can be found here."

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11.07.2021

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IEA Greenhouse Gas R&D Programme 2020 Summer School

11. - 17. July 2021, Bandung / Indonesia

"The Summer School programme covers every aspect of CCS and aims to present the most recent information available in each field. The topics covered include:

  • All aspects of capture, transportation and storage of CO2
  • Industrial uses of CO2
  • Costs and economic potential of CCS
  • Regulations, policy and GHG accounting
  • Public communication
  • Health and safety"

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21.09.2021

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Conference: 1st Annual Conference on Carbon Removal Law and Policy

21. September 2021, online

"This year’s theme is: Exploring Ocean-Based CDR Approaches."

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04.10.2021

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Conference: Climate Engineering in Context 2021

04. - 08. October 2021, online

"CEC21 will provide a platform for transdisciplinary discussions that contextualise “climate engineering” approaches alongside other interventions into global systems in response to climate change. "

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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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01.11.2021

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Conference: COP26

01. - 12. November 2021, Glasgow / UK

"At COP26, we need governments, businesses, cities, the global scientific community and civil society to work together to accelerate the transformation of our economies, deal with the inevitable impacts of the climate change we have already created, and bend the curve on global emissions. "

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04.11.2021

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Conference: Negative Emissions Science (scialog)

04. - 07. November 2021, Tucson, AZ / USA

"The underlying science needed to make negative emissions technologies globally scalable still requires major scientific breakthroughs. Such breakthroughs in Negative Emissions Science (NES) almost certainly will result from multidisciplinary input, including from chemistry, physics, materials science, biology, engineering, and geophysics. This Scialog will challenge early-career scientists in these and related fields to explore together how to advance fundamental science in the design of novel approaches for rapidly removing and utilizing or sequestering greenhouse gases."

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