Podcast: Negative Emissions Technologies – What are they & why do we need them?

A person's hand, with a finger pointing to a green hexagon on a screen with the CO2 sign written underneath a downwards pointing arrow - indicating a decrease in carbon dioxide. Around this are other hexagons with words such as 'sustainable development'.
17 December 2020

Negative emissions technologies (NETs) can be a controversial topic. However, NETs have a vital role to play in addressing climate change. The Paris Climate Agreement targets of keeping global warming under 1.5° C requires use of NETs, as well as rapidly transitioning away from fossil fuel use & towards renewable energy.

So what exactly are NETs, & why are they so important? Lamis is joined by Dr Bec Colvin from the ANU Crawford School to discuss.

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