Is carbon capture part of the answer to decreasing CO2 in the atmosphere and forestall the worst most dangerous effects of the climate crisis? Guests today are Dr. Jennifer Wilcox, Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary for Fossil Energy and Peter Winslow, president of A Smart Collaboration. Dr. Wilcox will be talking holistically about developments in carbon capture and how these fit into an overall system of lowering CO2 gases. Peter Winslow will give an update on the transition and cleanup at defunct PES refinery site.
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