AirMiners, a global community of scientists, engineers, and entrepreneurs working on carbon negative technology, will convene its first conference, Foundations for a Carbon Negative Future (http://conference.airminers.org
), on May 13th, 2020. This conference was conceived by the community and will provide AirMiners members and anyone interested in learning the latest in climate action to share recent developments, network, and learn from each other.
The conference will take place May 13, 2020 from 10 AM PST to 4PM PST.
COP26 is postponed, but that doesn’t mean the climate action community is taking a break. Sign up for AirMiners’ first virtual conference and go behind the scenes to get to know the carbon removal pioneers you’ve read about. Learn what hasn’t been reported yet, meet collaborators, and gain insights. Whether you’re brand new to the concept of carbon negative technologies and business or a battle-scarred innovator, you’ll enjoy the opening keynote by Dr Klaus Lackner, one of the inventors of direct air capture and a slate of panel discussions on business models, fundraising, and technology.
AirMiners is proud to declare that the entire conference will be carbon negative. The carbon emissions produced by hosting, computer and server usage, and electricity are calculated, then 2X that amount is removed directly from the air…using tech created by AirMiners member companies!
Don’t miss this opportunity to join a dynamic and inspiring global network. Visit their website for program, speakers, and more information: http://conference.airminers.org