Net Zero by 2050

Net Zero by 2050: Carbon Dioxide removal and the UN Special Report on 1.5C

The 2019 Polson Institute

 'Future of Development' Symposium

Ithaca, New York

March 8th, 2019

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Join us on March 8th in Ithaca, New York to explore the many challenges of developing radical solutions, including carbon dioxide removal technologies, to address a warming world.

This is the second annual ‘Future of Development’ Symposium, and the first in a run of events focusing on the grand societal challenges of climate change.

 
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Schedule of Events

Presentations & Panel Discussions

2:00-2:10pm   Welcome and Introduction

Jack Zinda, Assistant Professor, Department of Development Sociology, Cornell University

2:10-2:40pm   Keynote Address

Natalie Mahowald, Irving Porter Church Professor of Engineering, Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, Faculty Director of the Atkinson Center for a Sustainable Future, Cornell University

2:40-3:00pm    Robin Chazdon, Professor at the University of the Sunshine Coast and Executive Director of the Association for Tropical Biology and Conservation

3:00-3:00pm    Erin Burns, Associate Policy Director at Carbon 180

3:20-3:40pm   Wil Burns, Founder and Co-Executive Director of the Institute for Carbon Removal Law & Policy at American University

3:40-4:10pm    Coffee break

4:10-4:30pm    Ben Cashore, Professor of Environmental Governance and Political Science at Yale University’s School of Forestry and Environmental Studies

4:30-5:30pm    Q&A

Facilitated by Christian Elliott, Program and Communications Associate, Department of Development Sociology

 

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The Details

Join us!

Location

B25 Warren Hall

Cornell University, 14850

Ithaca, NY

Date and Time

Friday, March 8th, 2018

2:00pm to 5:30pm