NEW DATE: Virtual CCST Expert Briefing on Carbon Sequestration

June 15, 2020 | , ,  

 

Update 6/25: Video and one pager now available.

Natural Pathways for Carbon Sequestration in California
Wed. June 24th
2pm – 3pm

Join us for a virtual CCST Expert Briefing with a panel of experts including Patty Oikawa (CSU East Bay), Rob Jackson (Stanford), Matthew Potts (UC Berkeley), and Asmeret Berhe (UC Merced) who will discuss the role of carbon sequestration in California’s forests, marshes, soils, and other natural lands in meeting the State’s carbon neutrality goals.

 

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