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SUSAN LOUISE BRANTLEY
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Thanks Sue!! Very helpful.
5. Raymond, he/him, State College, PA
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The $$ Damage Pie chart showed "6% Off Shore" damage. What makes up off shore damage?
The Solutions pie chart mentioned Peatlands. How is Peat a solution?
great responses panelists!
All purchased electricity for the university system should come from renewables, ideally solar
Evaluate the financial model for our steam plant to determine when we can transition from natural gas. In the meantime, can develop a regional system that allows us to feed renewable natural gas into the steam plant. Tom R might know if we have enough dairy nearby to accomplish this
How about internal carbon tax
Thanks, Klaus and whole panel...good presentations, critical topic, needing all hands on deck. Much appreciated.
Thank you Akhlesh, you took the words out of my mouth
Should we be looking at total emissions rather than per capita emissions? For instance, how do we account for rising meat consumption in developing countries? To tie both questions together, while India has the lowest meat consumption in the world, in total values it has among the highest meat production in the world. Why do we emphasize per capita statistics so much?
^ty also Akhlesh
India is, I think, the largest exporter of beef/buffalo meat in the world.
Will the solutions from Project Drawdown be incorporated in any form to future mitigation projects, both in the US or the world? Can Dr. Forest give some updates on the phase 2 of the project?
We emphasize per-capita issues so much because we all belong to the same species. Fair is fair.
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Congratulations, Michael Mann.
Congratulations Prof. Mann!
Maria Josefa Garcia
thank you, very interesting