Postponed to Aug. 22: Climate Solutions Symposium: Paths to Texas Zero Greenhouse Gas Emissions

Saturday, April 4, 2020
9:00 AM – 12:00 PM

Most agree that Climate Change is threatening our planet. Many solutions require huge investments of capital. Which Climate Solutions are technically and commercially viable? We should avoid going down rabbit holes, as there will be no do-overs if we get this wrong.

Speakers:

Professor Sylvia Dee (PhD Climate Science Professor, Rice University)

Jeremy Friesen (Director, Business & Corporate Development, NET Power)

Gene Preston (PhD Electrical Engineer, CEO of Transmission Adequacy Consulting)

Professor Pavel Tsvetkov (PhD Nuclear Engineering Professor, Texas A&M University)

Larry Kremer (PhD Physical Chemist, Citizens Climate Lobby)

The symposium chair is Tom Rehm (PhD Chemical Engineer, Chair of Climate Solutions for Texas).

Registration is $10. Students register for free!

Event Type: 
Event
Event Location: 
Physical Event
University of Houston Student Center Theater
4455 University Dr.
Houston, TX 77004
United States
Organization: 
The Climate Solutions Community