Limits on imagination are the biggest cause of despair regarding climate change. But technological innovation has a history of surprise. Scientists and engineers are in the process of testing breakthrough carbon-neutral and carbon-negative technologies like geothermal source heat and carbon capture and sequestration. These technologies, if given proper regulatory relief and investment, could go a long way toward dramatically cutting global emissions.

Panelists

Lance Collins

Dean of Engineering at Cornell

Lee Beck

Senior Advisor, Global CCS Institute

Spencer Nelson

Professional Staff Member, U.S. Senate Energy & Natural Resources Committee

William Murray

Energy Manager, R Street Institute

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