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(September 11/19) Webinar Series: Thriving in the Transition to a New Carbon Economy

This webinar series aims to propel the transition to a new carbon economy forward, one in which we are not focused on the past, but transitioning into a future that is beneficial for all. The new economy shifts away from a history of extraction and degradation, towards a future where we harness our lands to boost crop yields and improve soil heath, and rethink the way emissions are used. Improving both agricultural practices and energy autonomy are crucial to achieving low carbon resilience (LCR). In this future new industries create new jobs, opportunities, and prosperity.

Two workshops are being offered in September: Power to the People with MiniGrids: Innovative Technologies and Investment Strategies that are Bringing Solar Energy to Rural Communities (September 11, 1;15-2:45 EDT) and Towards a 20 GT Negative CO2 Emissions Industry (September 19, 1:15-2:45 EDT). 

The first webinar on September 11, 2019, Power to the People with MiniGrids: Innovative Technologies and Investment Strategies that are Bringing Solar Energy to Rural Communitiesexplores innovations in financing off the grid energy solutions in remote villages that spark economic development, leading to sustainable rural energy markets. Panelists include Nathan Johnson, Erika Lovin, Humphrey Wireko, and Sandra Kwak. For more about this webinar, and to register, please click here.

The second webinar on September 19, 2019 Towards a 20 GT Negative CO2 Emissions Industry, explores the status of innovations in reducing atmospheric CO2 concentrations in important commercial sectors. Panelists include Bruno Sarda, Giana Amador, Dr. David Babson, and Klaus Lackner. For more about this webinar, and to register, please click here.

These webinars are part of a series exploring the transition to a new carbon economy. Other webinars soon to come include

  • Farming Methods that Thrive in a Decarbonize World
  • Can Negatively Priced Electrons “Uberize” the Grid?
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