Tuesday 8 October, 5.30 – 6.00pm
With Kelvin Boot
As climate change progresses and its impacts begin to be felt there is a need to find ways of reducing our carbon dioxide emissions in the future and minimise the amounts we are producing now. Carbon dioxide capture and storage (CCS) is one strategy thought be many to be an answer, at least in the short term, but do you know what it is, do you know how it will work, and are you worried about burying our surplus CO2 deep below the seabed?
Join Kelvin Boot, writer, broadcaster and science communicator who will present the facts about CCS and host a discussion, which is likely to be lively – not everyone thinks CCS is a good thing.
NHSN members – FREE. You will be asked to provide your NHSN membership number during registration.
Non-members – £5.00. If you would like to join NHSN, please go to https://www.nhsn.ncl.ac.uk/join-us/become-a-member/
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