In addressing climate change, technologies for carbon removal can compensate for ongoing emissions of heat-trapping gases, helping keep ambitious warming limits in reach. Against a backdrop of increasing calls for carbon removal, this presentation will briefly introduce the range of options, including strategies grounded in improved ecosystem stewardship and strategies that are also biomass-based but with more engineering. It will also evaluate constraints to carbon removal at very large scale and in scenarios in which global temperatures peak and then decline, and the near-term opportunities for catalyzing bioenergy with carbon capture and storage.
Speaker: Katharine Mach, Stanford
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