Indianapolis, IN

Roads to Removal: Indiana

Authors of Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory’s Roads to Removal report examine regionally-specific opportunities for carbon dioxide removal to address the pressing issue of climate change.

October 29, 2024

University of Pennsylvania


Hosted by Indiana University Indianapolis, this symposium is designed specifically to help identify how carbon dioxide removal (CDR) opportunities and technologies might be effectively utilized in the state of Indiana. Topics will follow the nationwide assessment found in Roads to Removal, a detailed analysis of the costs, impacts, job opportunities and potential for CDR removal, across the United States. This free, two-day symposium is open to the public and sponsored by the IU Indianapolis Paul H. O’Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs. It is designed for regional and community leaders, corporations, stakeholder associations as well as local farmers and agricultural professionals. Special attention will be given to how carbon dioxide removal might directly benefit local farmers, enhance soil health, improve crop yields, and integrate seamlessly with existing farming practices and economic development goals in the region.

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