18.10.2021

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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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20.10.2021

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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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20.10.2021

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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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21.10.2021

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Online Event: Year 1 Cohort Showcase (Carbon to Value Initiative)

21. October 2021, online

"Hear from the 10 exciting Year 1 cohort startups shaping the future of the carbontech industry as they each present their unique solutions, the progress they’ve made over the six months of the C2V program, and where they are headed next."

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25.10.2021

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Event: VERGE 21: The Climate Tech Event

25. - 28. October 2021, online

"The urgency of the climate crisis is accelerating — and so, too, is the opportunity to build a clean economy. We have a once-in-a-lifetime moment to transform society and create sustainable, just and resilient systems. Join more than 10,000 leaders online — from the private and public sectors, utilities, solution providers, investors and startups — advancing systemic solutions to address the climate crisis through five key markets: clean energy, sustainable mobility, carbon removal, regenerative food systems and — new this year — resilient infrastructure."

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26.10.2021

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Webinar: Carbon Removal and More: What Lies Ahead for these Climate Solutions? (West Virginia Center on Climate Change)

26. October 2021, online

"You are invited to attend a free, live, audience-interactive Zoom webinar -- on Tuesday, October 26, 2021, from 7:00 to 8:00 PM USET. The main speaker will be Dr. Julio Friedmann, one of the most widely known and authoritative experts in the United States on carbon removal (CO2 drawdown from the air and oceans), CO2 conversion and use (carbon-to-value), hydrogen, industrial decarbonization, and carbon capture and sequestration.The discussion panelists will be Erin Burns, Executive Director of Carbon180, a climate NGO focused on the full range of carbon removal solutions; and Dr. Emily Grubert, US Department of Energy Deputy Assistant Secretary for Carbon Management."

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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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04.11.2021

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Event: The Annual Meeting of Finnish Geographers 2021

04. - 05. November 2021, Oulu/ Finland

"Panel 4: Climate intervention – a phenomenon of the Anthropocene: Climate engineering, climate intervention and geoengineering are names referring to a set of emerging technologies that are currently developed to complement the toolbox for the fight against climate change. Climate intervention is essentially a phenomenon of the Anthropocene. Whereas climate change has shown that humans are capable of unintentionally altering the climate of our planet, geoengineering has been suggested as a strategy to buy time for efficient mitigation measures to reduce the amount of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere. However, the impacts of different deployment options are distributed unevenly, and it is also feared that the introduction of climate intervention technologies may reduce the political will to climate change mitigation. Climate intervention can take place by various methods from solar radiation management to carbon dioxide removal, and targeted methods such as ice sheet conservation. Besides the technological aspects, also the governance of geoengineering is currently studied and developed.This session welcomes presentations that discuss all forms of climate intervention from any of the following viewpoints: governance, design of implementation options, ethics, technological development, public perceptions, co-production of knowledge, climate interventions as a strategy to deal with climate change, and many more."

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09.12.2021

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Event: "Mapping the Carbon Removal Community of Practice" AGU 6-hour scientific workshop

09. December 2021, online

Virtual Workshop

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13.12.2021

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Conference: AGU Fall Meeting 2021

13. - 17. December 2021, New Orleans, LA / USA & online

"#AGU21 is the leading forum for advancing Earth and space science and leveraging this research toward solutions for societal challenges."

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14.06.2022

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Event: 2nd International Conference on Negative CO2 Emissions

14. - 17. June 2022, Gothenburg/ Sweden

"The objective of the Paris Agreement is to limit global warming to well below 2ºC, and to pursue efforts to limit the temperature increase to 1.5ºC. The carbon budget is the amount of carbon dioxide that we can emit while still limiting global temperature rise to a given level, for example 1.5ºC. The exact size of the carbon budget is uncertain and depends on many factors, including potential future warming of non-CO2 climate forcers. This said, the remaining budgets for limiting the warming to 1.5ºC or 2ºC have been estimated at about 420 and 1170 Gt of CO2 . With unchanged present emissions at about 40 Gt CO2/year these budgets would be exhausted in as few as 10 and 30 years, respectively. Most of the IPCC emission scenarios that meet a global two-degree target in 2100 overshoot the carbon budget at first and then remove the excess carbon with large negative emissions, typically on the order of 400‑800 Gt CO2 up to 2100. At the same time as negative emissions appear to be indispensable to meet adopted climate targets, the large future negative emissions assumed in climate models have been questioned and warnings have been raised about relying on very large and uncertain negative emissions in the future. With the future climate at stake, a deeper and fuller understanding of the various aspects of negative emissions is needed."

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23.10.2022

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Event: 16th Greenhouse Gas Control Technologies Conference

23. - 27. October 2022, Lyon/ France

"The Greenhouse Gas Control Technologies (GHGT) conference series was formed in 1997 following the merger of the earlier series of ICCDR and the Greenhouse Gas: Mitigation options conference.[...]The GHGT conferences are held every two years in IEAGHG’s member countries. [...] The GHGT conference series has established itself as the principal international conference on greenhouse gas mitigation technologies especially on CCS (CO2 Capture and Storage)."

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