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Tackling Climate Change with CCS – Professor Jon Gibbins (public webinar)

22 November 2023 @ 13:00 - 14:30

Wednesday 22nd November, 1-2.30pm, online (link will be sent following registration)

Carbon capture and storage (CCS) is essential for achieving net zero, and eventually net negative, global greenhouse gas emissions to avoid dangerous climate change. CCS technologies capture and permanently store carbon dioxide emissions that would otherwise add to the accumulated total in the atmosphere and oceans. By avoiding, and eventually reducing, this carbon dioxide accumulation, CCS addresses the root cause of global warming, making it a vital tool in our fight against climate change.

In this UKCCSRC-hosted public webinar, Professor Jon Gibbins from the University of Sheffield will be providing an overview of CCS to deliver net zero greenhouse gas emissions and combat climate change, including experiences and insights from 45 years working in energy and CCS and thoughts on the future.

Please register using the form below.  If you’d like to register for our ongoing web series instead, please visit the Ongoing Web Events page.

Registrations for this webinar are closed.

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This presentation will be recorded for use on the UKCCSRC website and other channels, where we have permission to share. By registering for this event you consent to the recording taking place. If you do not wish to appear in the recording, then you must ensure your microphone and webcam are disabled and that you will not use the chat messaging while the session is being recorded. 

Details

Date:
22 November 2023
Time:
13:00 - 14:30

Venue

Online