On February 14, experts met in Washington, D.C. for a panel discussion on the recent evidence showing that carbon dioxide emissions are surging after a period of slowed growth. Stanford University researchers, including a lead author of the Global Carbon Project’s CO2 emissions report, discussed the major causes behind the shift in the global emissions trajectory; implications for reaching the target in the Paris Agreement, and where efforts should be concentrated to generate future emissions reductions.
Sally Benson, Co-Director, Stanford Precourt Institute for Energy; Director, Global Climate and Energy Project (GCEP); Professor, School of Earth, Energy & Environmental Sciences at Stanford University
Rob Jackson, Michelle and Kevin Douglas Provostial Professor, Sanford School of Earth Energy & Environmental Sciences at Stanford University; Senior Fellow, Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment; Senior Fellow, Stanford Precourt Institute for Energy
Sheila Bonini, Senior Vice President of Private Sector Engagement, World Wildlife Fund
Chris Field, Perry L. McCarty Director and Senior Fellow, Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment
This event was sponsored by the Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment, the hub for interdisciplinary research on the environment and sustainability at Stanford University.