Until recently, the idea of pulling carbon directly from the air seemed to be a pipe dream, but new technologies and legislation are bringing it to reality. Can advances in carbon capture prove it to be a lynchpin in a framework for our cleaner future, or is it more prudent to instead focus on reducing emissions, thus making the need for carbon capture moot? Learn more about how new practices and technologies may radically change how we think about pollution.
- Graciela Chichilnisky / Co-Founder, Global Thermostat
- Giana Amador / Founder and Policy Director, Carbon180
- Rajinder Sahota / Deputy Executive Officer of Climate Change and Research, California Air Resources Board
- Ellie Cohen / CEO, The Climate Center
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