Leading scientists and environmental journalists explored the many aspects of carbon capture, including reforestation and rewilding as well as a range of industrial methods.
As well as reducing our CO2 emissions, capturing carbon from the atmosphere could be another way to limit climate change. We discussed whether this approach offers a solution to the unfolding climate crisis or if it simply offers a false sense of security.
- Dr Emily Shuckburgh: Director of Cambridge Zero at the University of Cambridge
- Professor Gideon Henderson: Chief Scientific Advisor at the Department of Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA)
- Professor Nilay Shah: Head of Department of Chemical Engineering, Imperial College
- Dr Jennifer Wilcox: Acting Assistant Secretary and Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary for Fossil Energy at US Department of Energy and Professor of Chemical Engineering and Energy Policy at University of Pennsylvania
- Ritula Shah (Chair): Journalist and news presenter on BBC Radio and main presenter of The World Tonight on BBC Radio 4