Symposium - Beyond Electricity
Please register for this event by June 24th.
Low- and zero-carbon technology and policy options exist to decarbonize the electricity sector, but fewer obvious solutions are available for other sectors, which account for about 75% of total U.S. greenhouse gas emissions.
This one-day symposium will examine possible technology and policy options as well as challenges in mitigating greenhouse gas emissions in difficult-to-decarbonize sectors such as industry, transportation and agriculture.
Moreover, the symposium aims to break down traditional sectoral silos, presenting a unique forum for participants to interact with experts from multiple disciplines.
This event is being presented by the Science and Technology Policy Fellowships (STPF) Energy and Climate Affinity Group, with additional support from the following STPF Affinity Groups: AgriNuts, Biofuels, and Water.
Registration (coffee and tea provided)
· Professor Joseph Hezir, Energy Futures Initiative
Concurrent Panels I
· Solar Radiation Management
Concurrent Panels II
· Natural Resource
· Jacqueline Patterson, NAACP
Concurrent Panels III
· Carbon Dioxide Removal
· Industrial Production
Afternoon Summary and Discussion
Washington, DC 20005