Greg Nemet joins a panel of experts discussing carbon dioxide removal technologies and strategies.
Taking carbon dioxide out of the air and storing it long-term – known as carbon dioxide removal (CDR) — is increasingly viewed as a necessary component to meeting global climate targets. Learn about different CDR strategies, what role they may play in stabilizing the climate, and what principles should be in place to ensure they can be deployed equitably.
- Greg Nemet, Professor, La Follette School of Public Affairs, UW–Madison
- Emily Grubert, Associate Professor of Sustainable Energy Policy, Notre Dame
- Rob Anex, Professor of Biological Systems Engineering, UW–Madison
- Holly Jean Buck, Assistant Professor of Environment and Sustainability, University of Buffalo