Today we’re at the UK Greenhouse Gas Removal Event, a gathering of researchers, policy makers and businesses, to discuss the state of carbon removal in the UK today. CO2RE, Oxford University’s greenhouse gas removal hub and the hosts of the event, were kind enough to ask us to host a pair of panels across the two day conference. We caught up with friends old and new to bring you the latest expert insight on the current state of carbon removal in the country we call home.
Thanks to this episode's guests:
- Philippa Westbury, Stakeholder Manager at CO2RE
- George Hope, Communications Manager at CO2RE
- Steve Smith, Director of CO2RE
- Emily Cox, Research Associate at Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment, University of Oxford
- Navraj Singh Ghaleigh, Senior Lecturer in Climate Law at University of Edinburgh
- Emma Keller, Head of Sustainability at Nestle UK&Ireland
- Sanna O'Connor-Morberg, Former Carbon Dioxide Removal Lead at Energy Transitions Commission
- Laith Whitwham, Senior Policy Officer, Industrial Decarbonisation at Aldersgate Group
- Ruth Herbert, CEO Carbon Capture and Storage Association
- Judith Thornton, Aberystwyth University
- Liz Bowles, OFC Director and Associate Director of Farming and Land Use at The Soil Association
Thanks to CO2RE for inviting us along. You can find them at co2re.org. You can find the full Green Shoots panel, excerpts of which are included in this episode, here. Thanks to Patch for sponsoring the podcast.
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