On September 13, PhD students and postdoctorants from the CarMa research team participated to a poster session at the TEcX conference entitled "Climate change: do we have all cards in hands?" held in TotalEnergies office at La Défense.
The poster session followed a panel discussion with:
- Jean-Pierre Deflandre (Professor, IFP School)
- Niall Mac Dowell (Professor, Imperial College)
- Nadia Maizi (Professor, Mines Paris - PSL)
- Sergey Paltsev (Senior Researcher, MIT)
This panel session provided panelists with an opportunity to share their views on the numerous challenges raised by Negative Emissions Technologies (NETs) and to identify the implications for research, policy makers and corporate strategies. That discussion also highlighted the multifaceted problems generated by the large-scale deployment of NETs by 2050. In particular, that session stressed a number of unsorted issues pertaining to technologies, environmental policies, institutions, and social acceptability that directly affects the economics and future of NETs.
Assessing the negative emission potential of CCU with LCA
IFPEN – INRAE - Agro Montpellier
Negative Emission Technologies for industrial decarbonization: the case of the iron and steel industry
IFPEN - Fondation Mines ParisTech
The economics of CDR: Some assumptions and challenges
IFP School & CentraleSupélec
How social and political drivers may impact BECCS deployment?
A socio-technical analysis of innovative transition technology
CNRS - UPPA