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Date and Location

April 18, 2022
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM ET
B-500 Bell Hall


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​If the world is to prevent a major increase in the global mean surface temperature, it will be necessary not only to reduce carbon emissions, but also to remove carbon from the atmosphere. Photosynthesis is a natural mechanism to obtain such reductions. However, is it possible to store carbon while also using biomass energy?

Join us for an Energy Policy Seminar featuring Alexandre Strapasson, Research Fellow with the Environment and Natural Resources Program. Dr. Strapasson will explore how bioenergy and land use can provide negative emissions, including new technologies and trends, as well as the main opportunities and risks associated with them.

Attendance: In-person attendance is limited to Harvard ID holders. Members of the public are welcome to attend virtually via Zoom. For those who cannot attend live, the seminar will be recorded and available to watch on the event page.

Accessibility: Persons with disabilities who wish to request accommodations or who have questions about access, please contact Elizabeth Hanlon ( in advance of the session.

Registration: Please RSVP at the link below. Registration will remain open until the event begins.

Speakers and Presenters

​Alexandre Strapasson, Research Fellow, Environment and Natural Resources Program



Additional Organizers

​Harvard University Center for the Environment