Going negative: How much carbon can we capture?

Kaneb Lecture Series
KANEB LECTURE SERIES: BEYOND 1.5

Preventing catastrophic climate change will require not only the elimination of fossil fuel emissions, but also pulling significant amounts of carbon back out of the atmosphere. Natural ecosystems, from forests to marshes, currently absorb and hold a quarter of human carbon dioxide emissions, and there is potential for nature to do even more. But nature, alone, cannot meet the full scope of the challenge. On the other hand, new technologies may not be viable soon enough to make a difference. We bring together diverse expertise to explore the combined potential of natural and technological carbon capture and storage for restoring a stable climate.

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Featuring
Joanthan Sanderman
Jonathan Sanderman

Senior Scientist

Peter Mannion
Peter Mannion

Associate Partner, McKinsey & Company's Sustainability Practice

Portrait of Giana Amador
Giana Amador

Co-founder and Policy Director, Carbon180

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