From new modeling techniques to new tools to assist with community outreach to understanding changing regulations and requirements – things are moving fast in the CCUS space. Webinars provide us with a helpful means to pass along knowledge quickly to a wide audience.
In addition to hosting our own MRCI Webinar Series, we are pleased to provide visitors with access to webinars from industry and government partners.
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The Center for Climate and Energy Solutions (C2ES) is known worldwide as a thought leader and trusted convener on critical climate and energy challenges. Their missions is to advance strong policy and ambitious action to: reduce greenhouse gas emissions; promote and accelerate the clean energy transition; strengthen adaptation and resilience to climate impacts; and facilitate the necessary financial investments to do so. LINK
The United States Energy Association (USEA) is a nonprofit, apolitical, nonlobbying organization whose mission is to serve as a resource, by convening energy stakeholders to share policy, scientific, and technological information, to foster the advancement of the entire energy sector and to promote energy development internationally by expanding access to safe, affordable, sustainable, and environmentally acceptable energy in partnership with the U.S. Government. Visit Webinars Site
The Clean Energy Solutions Center, an initiative of the Clean Energy Ministerial, provides policy-making tools—from training webinars to no-cost expert assistance and published resources to policy briefs—for all topics important to a clean energy future. Their webinars training webinars on priority clean energy policy topics feature expert panelists and thousands of policymakers. Visit Webinars Site
SPOTLIGHT ON PAST WEBINARS
Join the U.S. Department of Energy’s Office of Fossil Energy and Carbon Management (DOE-FECM) for a Virtual Kickoff of its Regional Carbon Management Applicant Education Workshops. These workshops support implementation of the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL) and will target potential applicants interested in developing commercial-scale storage facilities, point-source CO2 capture demonstration projects, direct air capture hubs, hydrogen production hubs with carbon capture and storage (CCS), carbon utilization, and CO2 transport that will be required by these BIL provisions and support decarbonization. Watch
The National Academies of Science, Engineering, and Medicine hosted a webinar recently about the social aspects and potential role of ocean carbon dioxide removal in addressing climate change. Sarah Cooley (Ocean Conservancy) moderated a conversation between Holly Buck (University at Buffalo) and Nick Pidgeon (Cardiff University) about social acceptance, environmental governance, and other issues around Ocean Carbon Dioxide Removal strategies. Watch
The Department of Energy Office of Fossil Energy and Carbon Management hosted a Carbon Management Webinar on December 1 to discuss key initiatives it is undertaking to address the climate crisis and help achieve the Biden-Harris Administration’s goal of net-zero emissions by 2050. Watch
Scaling Carbon Dioxide Removal (CDR): Limitations and Potential, in this webinar, which was conducted in conjunction with Climate Week 2021, experts discussed the potential role of nature-based and technological CDR solutions in future comprehensive decarbonization strategies, overcoming barriers for large-scale deployment of CDR, and how environmental justice can be embedded in CDR frameworks. Dr. Sallie Greenberg, co-principal investigator for the MRCI and principal scientist – energy & minerals for the Illinois State Geological Society, was a member of the panel entitled: Public perception of CDR and environmental justice as part of the CDR agenda. Watch
Achieving Carbon Neutrality with Carbon Capture, Use, and Storage Technology: Roundtable on Commercializing CCUS Across North America, Europe, and Central Asia. Watch