9th Conference on CO2-based Fuels and Chemicals
- Cologne, Germany/Hybrid Event – on-site and online
- Date: 23-24 March 2021
- Conference Website
- Important Deadlines:
- Call for Abstracts: 27 November 2020
- Call for Posters: 15 January 2021
- Call for Innovations: 15 January 2021
The conference is one of the oldest and most established worldwide and has developed into a unique meeting place for the entire Carbon Capture & Utilisation (CCU) and Power-to-X industry and its customers. The first day will focus on CO2-based transport and aviation fuels, the second on CO2-based bulk and fine chemicals. CCU technologies are essential to meet the future demand for carbon from renewable sources. Take a look into the near future and exchange ideas with the leading pioneers.
Webinar event to launch version 1.1 of the Global CO2 Initiative’s TEA & LCA guidelines for CO2 Utilization. In case you missed the webinar, watch the recording.
This webinar highlighted progress made on the guidelines, incorporating additional practitioner community feedback and the latest advances the CO2nsistent team has made in the areas of TEA & LCA for CCU and the integration of both into singular studies. The webinar included an overview of additional work carried out by the project team (three new worked examples & the production of additional guidance for non-LCA/TEA practitioners) as part of our wider aim to provide guidance for all those interested in the fields LCA & TEA for CCU.
Click here to watch the workshop recording.
AirMinors Virtual 2020 Conference: “Foundations for a carbon negative future”
- Klaus Lackner, Center for Negative Carbon Emissions at ASU
- Date: May 13, 2020 from 10AM to 4 PM Pacific Time
- Registration: information available online
- Cost: Free or with $10 voluntary donation to support carbon removal efforts from conference activities
The AirMiners global community of scientists, engineers, and entrepreneurs working on carbon negative technology will host its first conference online. Themed “Foundations for a carbon negative future”, and featuring carbon removal pioneer Dr Klaus Lackner as keynote speaker, there will be sessions on business models, fundraising, and technology as well as virtual “open space” areas on topics selected by registered delegates.
The conference is open to experts in the field as well as anyone interested in learning more about our carbon negative future. Attendance is free or with $10 voluntary donation to support carbon removal efforts from conference activities.
Track 3: Networking and Open Discussions + How We Made the AirMiners Conference Carbon Negative
Concluding Keynote: Next Steps for a Carbon Negative Future
The right turn – How Covestro Drives the Circular Economy
- Date: May 26, 2020 from 11AM to 12:30 PM Central Europe Standard Time
- Cost: Free, register online
The coronavirus pandemic reminds us that it is time to create a better, truly sustainable world.
New approaches are needed to tackle global challenges such as climate change, resource limitation and population growth. Above all, consumption and production must move away from one-time use: the future belongs to the circular economy.
The plastics industry makes indispensable contributions to this. And Covestro, one of the world’s largest polymer companies, wants to be a pioneer in this.
In an interactive live webcast, Covestro CEO Dr. Markus Steilemann will explain the role Covestro and the chemical industry are playing in the transformation to a circular economy.
Among the speakers are renowned experts such as Professor Volker Sick, Director Global CO2 Initiative, and Jacob Duer, President and CEO of the Alliance to End Plastic Waste.
You will receive further information on the exact procedure after your registration.