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What technologies do we need to reduce U.S. carbon emissions by 80% in 2050? The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine invite you to attend a workshop exploring the challenges and opportunities for deploying and scaling up technologies involved in U.S. deep decarbonization.
Speakers will explore issues for deep decarbonization of the U.S. economy through a focus on several key sectors such as electricity, transportation, food production, and heavy industry. The role of negative emissions technologies also will be considered. The discussions will include technology development, deployment, and scale-up; policy drivers, financing, and economics; and societal and political implications.
This workshop marks the launch of a new Deep Decarbonization Initiative at the National Academies.
National Academy of Science Building
2101 Constitution Ave NW
Washington DC 20418