After the IPCC Synthesis Report: What are the carbon removal policy levers we need now?
About The Webinar
The latest synthesis report released by the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) indicated there’s a 40-60% chance we could exceed 1.5°C by 2030. The alarm bells are now sounding. We have moved far too slowly on efforts to reduce global emissions.
Deploying and scaling carbon removal cannot wait. If we want a livable future, we have no choice but to deploy net negative emissions solutions, in addition to undertaking immediate and deep emissions cuts across all sectors.
Join us on April 4 for a conversation with IPCC authors and policy experts across continents to discuss the policy levers that are now required to increase carbon removal capacity today and rebalance the planet.
In this webinar, you’ll learn:
- The latest climate science from the IPCC synthesis report
- Implications for carbon credit markets
- Considerations for global policy incentives and regulations that would bolster removal solutions