PART TWO: DRAWDOWN & THE COOLING CONUNDRUM
Our climate is already dangerously hot. Turning this around will take not only the rapid elimination of greenhouse emissions, but will also require drawing a vast amount of carbon dioxide out of the atmosphere as fast as humanly possible, starting now. What would the race to rollout negative emissions at national level look like for a below zero Australia?
Unearthing the potential for biological systems to deliver the drawdown at scale and speed to achieve safe climate conditions
Joe Herbertson – Director of The Crucible Group & Conjoint Professor, University of Newcastle
Kate Dooley – Research Fellow and Lecturer at Melbourne University
Peter MaCreadie – Director of Deakin’s Blue Carbon Lab
Tony Rinaudo – Natural Resources Management Specialist, World Vision
Moderated by Natasha Mitchell – Radio National presenter