Category: Events

Carbon-Negative Hydrogen from Wood Waste — Mote

Tue, January 25, 2022 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM CET

by “This is CDR

They welcome Mac Kennedy and Josh Stolaroff from Mote to present the company’s wood waste to carbon negative hydrogen CDR pathway, which was recently funded by investors and will be opening a 150KtCO2/yr demonstration plant in Bakersfield CA in 2024.


Sustainable Carbon Cycles Conference

Organised by the European Commission on 31 January 2022

The one-day conference brings together decision makers and experts from different backgrounds to share their experiences in view of the upcoming EU regulatory initiative on the certification of carbon removals.


C2G Webinar: How does the Working Group-I report of the IPCC Sixth Assessment address Carbon Dioxide Removal and Solar Radiation Modification?

January, 20, 2022 03:30 PM (UTC)

This C2GLearn webinar aims to provide audiences with expert overviews of how the IPCC AR6 Working Group-I report addresses CDR and SRM, followed by a moderated Q&A session enabling the audience to ask clarifying questions and learn more. Speakers’ presentations will be pre-recorded and played to the webinar audience, with the speakers joining for the live Q&A session. Once this event reaches full capacity and you are unable to register please use this link to watch the YouTube livestream on the day.


Online Course (MOOC): Climate Change – Carbon Capture and Storage

Online, starts Jan. 14, ends Oct 31 2022; University of Edinburgh

Explore the technology that can provide a long-term solution to protect our atmosphere from an excess of carbon dioxide, in the context of global energy, the use of fossil fuels, and climate change. The course is taught by a team of leading academics at the University of Edinburgh with decades of experience in this field. It aims to bridge the gap between the forefront of the latest developments in science, engineering, geology, policy and economics, and the wider public.


Call for Session and Workshop proposals submission for the 5th symposium on Climate Change Effects on the World’s Ocean

Deadline: January 31, 2022

ECCWO5 will host events on a diverse and exciting range of topics and disciplines within and across the natural and social sciences that can potentially contribute to the Seventh Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (AR7), the UN Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable Development, implementation of actions identified in the post-2020 Global Biodiversity Framework, the UN Sustainable Development Goals, and the goals and climate negotiations in COP27. Join them in Bergen, Norway, in 17-21 April 2023.


Bioenergy with Carbon Capture and Storage (BECCS) standpoint survey

This survey is being conducted by Chatham House in collaboration with Robert Bosch Stiftung and the Global Strategic Communications Council (GSCC). The research will explore scientific, civil society and policy debate around the potential role of BECCS in mitigating climate change. Throughout this survey the authors mainly want views on BECCS-to-power, rather than BECCS-to-hydrogen, or other alternatives. But you are free to provide comments in relation to other forms of BECCS.


Registration now open: RITE CCS Technical Workshop 2022

Friday, January 21, 2022, 10:40 -16:30 (JST, UTC+9)

Deploying CCS at scale needs not only technical development but also political frameworks such as incentives for CCS developers and operators.  In the CCS Technical Workshop 2022, both project updates and policy design are highlighted by international and Japanese domestic experts.  


Scenarios Forum 2022: The Call for Abstracts is open!

Deadline for abstract submission: 14 February 2022

Forum on Scenarios for Climate and Societal Futures brings together a diverse set of communities who are using or developing scenarios for use in climate change and sustainability analysis. It will be taking place as an in-person and partly online conference at the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA) in Laxenburg, Austria.


PhD course on the politics of ‘Net Zero’ and carbon removal

Deadline for application: 15 January 2022

Course Date: 13-17 June, 2022 at University of Copenhagen

This five-day intensive course will provide participants with a critical overview of the current net-zero debate against the backdrop of the history of climate policy and will address some of the key trends, tensions, and opportunities that characterize net-zero pathways. It mainly draws on conceptual tools in the fields of political economy, political ecology and science and technology studies.