Carbon Takeback: applying the principles of ‘producer responsibility’ to the fossil fuel industry

Event date: November 9, 2021

Learn about how a Carbon Takeback Obligation can end fossil fuel’s contribution to global warming at Oxford Net Zero’s panel discussion:

Carbon Takeback: Applying the principles of ‘producer responsibility’ to the fossil fuel industry. 

Tuesday 9th November 2021, 14:00-15:30pm. Bellona Pavillion, Blue Zone, COP26, and online.

Speakers:

  • Margriet Kuijper, Consultant on CCS, CDR and climate policy
  • Professor Myles Allen, Director of Oxford Net Zero, University of Oxford
  • Dr Katherine Romanak, Research Scientist, University of Texas at Austin
  • Lee Beck, International Director, Carbon Capture, Clean Air Task Force
  • Marjolein Demmers, Director, Natuur & Milieu
  • Dr Gabrielle Walker (Chair), Author and speaker

Summary:

Margriet Kuijper will explain the concept of a Carbon Takeback Obligation (CTBO) and its potential acceptability to different stakeholders; Myles Allen will present results from a newly-published study comparing the costs of a global CTBO with conventional mitigation scenarios; Katherine Romanak will discuss monitoring required for safe and permanent CO2 disposal at scale; Lee Beck from the Clean Air Task Force and Marjolein Demmers from Natuur & Milieu will respond, followed by perspectives from industry and government and an open discussion.

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