July 25 - 01:00 pm


July 26 - 03:00 pm

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The last session of the PPP’s carbon management report will be looking at the future direction of CCUS and engineered GGRs both in the UK and internationally.

Current projects to capture or removal carbon globally are nowhere near enough to meet the world’s climate targets. According to 2018 IPCC report, to limit global warming to 1.5 we will need to remove between 100 – 1000 GtCO2 from the atmosphere over the 21st century.

This session will seek to address the following questions:

  • How can we narrow the gap between current status of CCUS and GGRs and IPCC’s Ideal projection?
  • Given the international energy crisis, can CCUS help with energy security? If so, how?
  • In addition to high cost, what are the other barriers to the wider deployment of CCS across the world?
  • How can GGR be paid for? Should this be through inclusion in an ETS or through a separate mechanism?
  • Should there be separate targets for GGR and mitigation, and if so, how should they be arrived at?


  • Guloren Turan, General Manager, Global CCS Institute
  • Dr Helen Bray, European Policy Director, Carbon Engineering
  • Dr Meera Atreya, Senior Science Advisor, Carbon Direct
  • Rt Hon Chris Skidmore, Chair, Research Director, Public Policy Projects


  • 25 Jul, 2022 13:00 - 15:00 BST
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