Stabilizing the Climate with Direct Air Capture of CO2
This event has been organized by the Stanford Environmental and Energy Policy Analysis Center’s (SEEPAC) project on New Technological Tools and Climate Policy. The distinguished panel members will discuss different aspects of the technical effectiveness and economic efficiency of new processes for the chemical capture of atmospheric CO2, its useful and reliable sequestration, and its potentially transformative implications for the design of global climate policy.
Global Mana Video
SIEPR Gunn Building Koret-Taube Conference Center 366 Galvez St. Stanford University
Open to Stanford faculty and researchers. Registration is required.
October 20, 2017
Welcome and Introduction
, Professor of Economics Emeritus; SIEPR Senior Fellow Emeritus (Convener)
, Professor of Sustainable Energy and Director of the Center for Negative Carbon Emissions, Arizona State University
, Strategic Advisor on Energy Innovation, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
, Professor of Materials Science and Engineering, Rutgers University
, Professor of Economics and Statistics, Columbia University; Visiting Professor, SIEPR
Paul David, Professor of Economics Emeritus; SIEPR Senior Fellow Emeritus
Audience Participation – Questions for the panel members
Reception (Speakers and invited Stanford faculty only)