The Why, What & When of Carbon Dioxide Removal

Dr. Stephanie Arcusa, a post-doctoral researcher at Arizona State University’s Center for Negative Carbon Emissions, covers the main elements of a new framework for certifying CO2 sequestration over multi-decade and...
Subject: CDR 101
Subject: CDR Science
Audience: Climate Activists
Audience: General Public
Language: English
Creator Name: Stephanie Arcusa, Phd.
Creator Location: Tempe, Arizona
Date Published: 10/11/2022
File Type: Google Slides

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Dr. Stephanie Arcusa, a post-doctoral researcher at Arizona State University’s Center for Negative Carbon Emissions, covers the main elements of a new framework for certifying CO2 sequestration over multi-decade and century horizons. The goal of the framework is to increase certainty simplicity and fairness, while reducing risk. 

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Dr. Stephanie Arcusa is a postdoctoral researcher at the Center for Negative Carbon Emissions at Arizona State University She received a Bachelor’s degree in Earth Sciences from University College Cork, Ireland, a Master’s degree in Climate Science from the University of Bern, Switzerland, and a doctorate in Climate and Environmental Change from Northern Arizona University, USA. As a paleoclimatologist, Stephanie reconstructed changes in the environment (e.g. wildfire, floods, dust …) as it responds to climatic changes (e.g., temperature, precipitation…) through time. In this work, Stephanie also saw the fingerprint of human activities on the climate and the environment and this has led her to decide to transition her career to help stop the change in climate occurring today due to human activities. Her work now consists of developing ways to halt climate change. Over her academic training, Stephanie has led or been part of various projects that further emission reduction at the local, city, and higher education levels.