The Australian-German Energy Transition Hub held its second annual virtual conference from 18 to 28 March 2019. Over ten days, 54 researchers from 13...

In Progress

This project synthesises the current state of knowledge on emission reductions and sink enhancements in the agricultural sector including the potential net greenhouse gas reduction and co-benefits, required trade-offs, and knowledge gaps of various options. The scope is the agricultural sector in its entirety, including...

5 Jun 2019 11:00am to 12:00pm
Seminar

By 2050 global demand for food is projected to increase by 70% leading to demand for increased agricultural production in Australia. This growth is to occur while Australia reduces its greenhouse gas emissions to achieve its commitments under the Paris agreement. However, Australian agricultural emissions...

Completed

This is a collaborative effort between the University of Technology Sydney, the German Aerospace Center, and the University of Melbourne to develop transition pathways consistent with limiting global warming to 1.5˚C without relying on unproven negative emissions technologies or techniques, such as bio-energy with carbon...

19 Sep 2017 12:30pm to 01:30pm
Seminar

Most proposals to limit global temperature rises to well below 2°C rely on 'negative emissions' - the removal of carbon from the atmosphere. Scenario analyses suggest that negative emissions technologies (NETs) are necessary to limit dangerous warming.

In this seminar, we will explore three...

In Progress

Effective achievement of emission-reduction and global temperature goals will require not only decarbonisation of existing sources of electricity but development of opportunities to remove carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases from the atmosphere in association with energy production (negative emission...

 

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