Climate Science on Tap: Dialing back Climate Change with Carbon Farming & Blockchain – Nov 14
Aggressive action on climate change requires reducing carbon emissions while increasing carbon sequestration, and we won’t be successful without technology, creativity and innovation! The next enthralling episode in the Climate Science on Tap series highlights these cutting-edge efforts. Our panelists will discuss techniques for locking carbon up in soils, the development of a new marketplace for removing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere, and the surprising role of blockchain (the technology behind cryptocurrency) in the process. Come for the thought-provoking presentation and Q&A, stay for the delicious beer and inspiring conversation. You won’t leave disappointed!
Date: Wednesday, Nov 14, 2018
Time: 7:00 – 8:30 pm. Doors open to ticket holders at 6:00
Tickets: Stranger Tickets. Doors open to ticket holders at 6:00 pm.
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Panel: Chris Spanton, Senior Architect – Blockchain, T-Mobile
Paul Gambill, Engineer, CEO, Nori co-founder
Moderator: P. Sean McDonald, PhD, SAFS and Program on the Environment, UW
Sponsor/Organizer: Cascadia Climate Action
Contact: Mary Manous, MPA, LLM, admin@