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Research Roundtable: Carbon Capture in the Built Environment

Research Roundtable: Carbon Capture in the Built Environment 
October 24, 2019 
3:30pm – 5:00pm  
Gardner Commons 4150 

 

Cities are hotspots of carbon dioxide released into the atmosphere. Achieving livable climate scenarios in the future depends on cities reducing carbon emissions today. Complex societal problems, such as reducing emissions and removing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere, can be effectively addressed only through interdisciplinary research that identifies new approaches and opportunities. The goal of this Research Roundtable is to bring interdisciplinary researchers together to initiate a conversation about transforming the built environment from major carbon emitter to net carbon sink.  Discussion Leaders: Dr. Sarah Hinner, College of Architecture + Planning and Dr. Kevin Whitty, Chemical Engineering. 

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Last Updated: 4/13/21