CEP Toronto Presents: Emerging Climate Tech
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About The Event
The climate crisis has quickly become one of the most pressing and widespread problems of our time. Could technology be the answer?
As many locations around the world suffer the devastating impacts of climate change like wildfires, hurricanes, and droughts - developing innovations that can effectively address the climate issue is now more urgent than ever.
Join us on March 3rd as we chat with three sustainability leaders with expertise in ground-breaking sustainability technologies. They will introduce the audience to four highly promising climate cleantech solutions that might just save our planet: Hydrogen Power, Carbon Capture, Energy Storage, and Biofuels.
Our speakers will discuss:
- What exactly are these technologies, how do they work and how effective are they at reducing carbon emissions?
- Why do companies invest in these technologies?
- What challenges do each of these technologies face in scaling up nationally or globally? Are there any downsides to them?
- What have been some recent or emerging exciting discoveries or breakthroughs?
- How can these technologies, combined with investments and partnerships from governments and the private sector, potentially solve our climate problem?
1. Shivani Chotalia, Manager, Engineering and Community Partnerships, NRStor
More information to come.
For more information on Shivani and her work visit her LinkedIn profile here.
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