MIIS Lecture: Are Geo-Engineering and Carbon Dioxide Removal Essential to Meeting the Paris Target?
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MIIS's Hayward Sustainability Speaker Series presents a lecture by Dr. Katharine Mach and Dr. Wil Burns entitled Are Geo-Engineering and Carbon Dioxide Removal Essential to Meeting the Paris Target?, on Wednesday, April 25, 6pm-7:30pm in MIIS's McGowan Building, Room 102.
Geo-Engineering refers to the deliberate large-scale manipulation of an environmental process that affects the earth's climate in an attempt to counteract the effects of global warming. Join Dr. Katharine Mach, senior research scientist and director of the Stanford Environment Assessment Facility, and Dr. Wil Burns, Co-Founder and Co-Director of the Forum for Climate Geo-Engineering Assessment, as they discuss innovative approaches to the issue of climate change.