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Pathfinders Innovation ‘Sandpit’: Help shape the GGR research & innovation agenda

Pathfinders Innovation ‘Sandpit’: Help shape the GGR research & innovation agenda

Event date - October 3, 2022

Event time - 10:00 am

3 October 22. Help fill research and innovation gaps in the UK GGR landscape by joining CO2RE at this sandpit to shape a new funding opportunity for GGR research.  Read more

Sharing Perspectives: Greenhouse Gas Removal Market Transition Risk

Sharing Perspectives: Greenhouse Gas Removal Market Transition Risk

Event date - September 22, 2022

Event time - 5:45 pm

22 September 22. Join us for an informal, collaborative evening dedicated to exploring market transition risks in the UK’s nascent GGR sector. Read more

The UK GGR Event: Current Innovations & Future Directions

The UK GGR Event: Current Innovations & Future Directions

Event date - May 12, 2022

Event time - 10:00 am

12-13 May 22. Showcasing the latest GGR research & innovation and highlighting its role in effective, sustainable & equitable climate action. Read more

Greenhouse Gas Removal: Getting it right for people and the planet

Greenhouse Gas Removal: Getting it right for people and the planet

Event date - May 12, 2022

Event time - 5:30 pm

12 May 22. Discuss, debate and discover how to get Greenhouse Gas Removal right for people and the planet. Read more

Greenhouse Gas Removal in Emissions Trading Systems Workshop

Greenhouse Gas Removal in Emissions Trading Systems Workshop

Event date - April 25, 2022

Event time - 10:00 am

25 April 22. Helping to develop guidance on whether and how GGRs should be included within ETSs. Read more

What does the IPCC say about carbon dioxide removal? (Online panel)

What does the IPCC say about carbon dioxide removal? (Online panel)

Event date - April 12, 2022

Event time - 2:00 pm

12 April 22. A chance to hear the key messages on carbon dioxide removal (CDR) from the latest IPCC report directly from the authors themselves, and ask them your questions. Read more

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