Programme-wide

GGR programme launches lunchtime webinar series

The GGR programme is launching a series of lunchtime webinars, starting on Wednesday 24 February 2021 at 1.00 pm. Each webinar will focus on one of the programme’s science components. Since the programme’s inception in 2017, its constituent projects have been researching a range of areas with the aim of advancing knowledge around GGR. These… Read more GGR programme launches lunchtime webinar series

New carbon removal network: London launch meeting 27 February

A new UK-based Carbon Removal Network will hold its launch meeting in London on the evening of 27 February 2019. The aim of the group is to bring together professionals who are interested in or already engaged in removing greenhouse gases from the atmosphere.  Further information and free registration is available via Eventbrite. The launch… Read more New carbon removal network: London launch meeting 27 February

Canberra GGR conference: policy summary and presentations now online

Two international conferences on carbon removal (as negative emissions) were held in 2018. The first in Gothenburg, 22-24 May; the second, in Canberra, 30-31 October. Whilst separately organized, both attempted comprehensive science responses to crucial climate change questions: what contribution, together and on their own, could different CO2 removal techniques make towards the goals of… Read more Canberra GGR conference: policy summary and presentations now online

How the UK might achieve net zero emissions

On 12 September the Royal Society and Royal Academy of Engineering published their joint report on Greenhouse Gas Removal in response to a request from the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS).  The RS/RAE report’s Working Group was chaired by a GGR consortium leader, Gideon Henderson, and included four other GGR project leaders/researchers. Ten… Read more How the UK might achieve net zero emissions