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Fall 2021 Semester Recap

Fall 2021 was the NET Project at UT Austin’s first real semester in person! A huge thank you is in order to every one of our presenters, the time they took to share their knowledge with us and the work they do to advance carbon removal. Another thank you to our hardworking leadership team andContinue reading “Fall 2021 Semester Recap”

Creating the NET Project

The buzz around climate change is impossible to ignore these days; many people have heard about the emerging electric car and alternative energy industries. Maybe they’ve heard about reducing animal products and learning about fast fashion, but the world of negative emissions technologies (NETs) is still quite undiscovered. The NET Project at UT Austin’s founderContinue reading “Creating the NET Project”

NET Meeting Recap (Archive 9/23/20)

Last Meeting (9/23/20) Our guest speaker for our last meeting was the always fantastic Professor Daniel Sanchez. Dr. Sanchez is currently working as a negative emissions ambassador for political outreach and extension at UC Berkeley right now, having worked previously within the senate to advise on climate change and environmental policy. His lecture for usContinue reading “NET Meeting Recap (Archive 9/23/20)”

NET Meeting Recap (Archive 10/21/20)

Last Meeting (10/21/20) Two weeks ago, we talked with Dr. Alexander Ip, Director of Research and Partnerships at University of Toronto and Co-founder and Director of Partnerships at CERT, a recent government backed CO2 conversion startup. Dr. Ip’s research originally began in response to the issue of efficiently storing excess solar energy during low energyContinue reading “NET Meeting Recap (Archive 10/21/20)”

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