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Going Carbon Negative

The math is clear: Lowering greenhouse gas emissions is not enough to keep the Earth below 1.5 degrees Celsius of postindustrial warming. The latest science indicates that actively removing carbon from the atmosphere—storing it in rocks, soil, trees and even turning it into products like concrete—is critical to restoring the carbon and energy balance. To keep our planet from dangerous levels of warming, we’ll need to go carbon negative.

Is carbon removal a cost-effective solution to addressing climate change? Which natural and technological approaches are the most promising? Join us for a conversation with Diana Donlon, director of Soil Centric, Mike Biddle, managing director at Evok Innovations, and Noah Deich, executive director at Carbon180, on the necessary negatives for a stable climate.

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Diana Donlon

Director, Soil Centric

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Mike Biddle

Managing Director, Evok Innovations

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Noah Deich

Executive Director, Carbon180

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Greg Dalton

Founder and Host, Climate One