Carbon Capture and Storage

As we work to mitigate the effects of climate change, one strategy that has gained attention is the development of technologies that capture and store carbon dioxide emissions. Carbon capture and storage (CCS) technologies are designed to capture carbon dioxide from industrial processes or power generation, and then store it in geological formations or other locations where it will not contribute to climate change. In this session, we will explore the potential of CCS technologies, as well as their limitations and challenges.

We will discuss ways to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of these technologies, and consider their role in broader strategies to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. By the end of this session, we hope to have generated a range of innovative ideas that can help to advance the development and deployment of CCS technologies, and contribute to a more sustainable future.