Climate Impact Partners will be at the Net Zero Festival in London September 28-29, 2022. Come visit us at our stand in the networking zone. And don't forget to catch Jonathan Shopley on the main stage as he joins the discussion on how companies can access negative emissions through the voluntary carbon market. More info below.
Thursday, September 29, 2022 | 14:30-14:55 BST | main stage
Going negative: How to access negative emissions
It’s increasingly widely recognised that negative emission technologies such as bioenergy with carbon capture and storage (BECCS), and direct air capture (DAC), will have a key role to play in tackling the climate crisis. But how can businesses access negative emissions, ensure projects deliver as promise, and credibly incorporate them into their net zero strategy without distracting from the need to cut emissions at source. In this session industry experts will explore how companies are working with negative emissions projects, discuss the best practices that can help ensure the nascent market genuinely removes carbon dioxide from the atmosphere, and identify how businesses could be at the forefront of the push to stabilise global concentrations of greenhouse gases.
- Jonathan Shopley, Managing Director of External Affairs, Climate Impact Partners
- Angela Hepworth, Commercial Director for Innovation, Drax
- James Murray, Editor-in-Chief, BusinessGreen
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