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Energy & Climate

CDR: The Need, the Now, and the Next

Join for a discussion on approaches to carbon dioxide removal and what needs to happen to meet the broad portfolio of solutions' potential.


Washington, DC

WHERE: Russell Senate Office Building, Rm 385
2 Constitution Avenue Northeast, Washington DC
WHEN: Wednesday May 1, 10-11am EDT
RSVP: Register here.

As the United States aims to decarbonize, carbon dioxide removal (CDR) is increasingly seen as one tool that has tremendous potential for both economic growth and climate mitigation solutions. Due to a slew of federal investments by Congress in carbon removal in recent years, America has become a global leader in CDR. Removing carbon from the atmosphere will require further support, including increased R&D and deployment of a broad portfolio of solutions, such as direct air capture, natural climate solutions, marine CDR and others.

Join us on May 1 for an in-person discussion on the policy opportunities and barriers to CDR and the release of Rhodium Group’s new report, The Landscape of Carbon Dioxide Removal and U.S. Policies to Scale Solutions. Sen. Michael Bennet (D-CO) will provide thoughts on the congressional outlook.

This event is hosted by the Bipartisan Policy Center and has been designed to meet Congressional Ethics guidelines.

Fireside chat with:

Sen. Michael Bennet (D-CO)

Xan Fishman | Senior Director, Energy Program, BPC

Presentation by:

John Larsen | Partner, Rhodium Group

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