*Update: Registration is now open! Check out our event page and register below!
The Carbon Action Alliance is pleased to announce CO2NNECT 2023: Carbon Management Pathways to Clean Energy, a three-day event that will bring together experts and enthusiasts in the field of carbon management.
- What: CO2NNECT 2023, presented by the Carbon Action Alliance
- When: Sunday, October 1 – Tuesday, October 3, 2023
- Where: Hyatt Regency Tamaya Resort near Albuquerque, New Mexico
Carbon management (carbon capture, transport, storage, reuse, and removal) is one of many tools necessary to decarbonize our energy and industrial sectors, meet midcentury climate goals, and create and retain high-wage jobs. CO2NNECT will provide a space for open and productive dialogue to ensure carbon management technologies are deployed in a responsible and timely way. Community and worker benefits, infrastructure build out, public education, and thoughtful stakeholder engagement are some of the priority topics that will be addressed at CO2NNECT.
Anyone who is interested in carbon management or would like to learn more about its role in decarbonizing our economy is encouraged to attend. We welcome a broad range of perspectives and want to create a diverse and inclusive community of stakeholders.
CO2NNECT 2023 will take place from Sunday, October 1 to Tuesday, October 3 at the picturesque Hyatt Regency Tamaya Resort, located in the cottonwood forest on the banks of the Rio Grande near Albuquerque, New Mexico. This beautiful location provides a serene backdrop for meaningful discussions and networking opportunities.
Please join us and be a part of these critical conversations! Keep an eye out for additional details and a registration link in early June.
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The Carbon Action Alliance is an initiative of the Great Plains Institute, a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization aiming to transform the energy system to benefit the economy and environment