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IE-NETS Event at Engineers Ireland, Clyde Road, Dublin 6:30 PM Wed 6th Dec 2017 (Webcast Live)

posted Nov 28, 2017, 8:02 AM by Paul Price   [ updated Apr 18, 2018, 4:14 AM ]

EPA Climate Change Research Project 2016-CCRP-MS.36: Dissemination Event Report

UPDATE: Links to event video and slides now available!

The EPA Research Project Investigating the Potential for Negative Emissions Technologies (NETs) in Ireland held a dissemination event at Engineers Ireland in Dublin on 6th December 2017 before a live audience at the Clyde Road venue and via webcast. Results were presented from a comprehensive review of NETs literature relevant to achieving future, additional atmospheric carbon dioxide removal at scale in Ireland, which could assist in reaching low-carbon transition targets aligned with Paris Agreement commitments. The presentation also detailed a preliminary assessment of Irish NETs potential and estimates of Ireland’s possible quota share of the remaining “well below 2ºC” global carbon budget. Prof. Barry McMullin of Dublin City University presented the research on behalf of the IE-NETs team that also includes Prof. Mike Jones and Dr. Alwynne McGeever of University of Dublin Trinity College Dublin, and Paul Price from DCU.

Original Event Notice

You are warmly invited to attend or watch our free event next week at Engineers Ireland: 6:30 PM Wed 6th Dec 2017 to present and discuss our EPA Research funded work on the Potential for Negative Emissions Technologies (NETs) in Ireland. 

You can watch the live webcast of the event by clicking on “Join Event” on the event page.

IE-NETs is a two year research project, funded by the Environmental Protection Agency of Ireland(EPA) under grant number 2016-CCRP-MS.36.

For further details on our project please visit the IE-NETs website