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Carbon-Neutral Pathways for the United States - Shared screen with speaker view
Clark Campagna
14:26
If you like to sign up for our student/alumni panel this Friday, February 12, please sign up using this link: https://gradapply.usfca.edu/register/engy-feb11
Clark Campagna
14:39
If you like to sign up for our student/alumni panel this Friday, February 12, please sign up using this link: https://gradapply.usfca.edu/register/engy-feb11
Susan Hopp
20:26
Can you put link in chat?
Brittany Blair
21:47
For the article: https://agupubs.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1029/2020AV000284
Dan Kalb
21:54
Will this PPT presentation be available to all attendees after the webinar? Thanks so much for putting this on today.
Clark Campagna
22:31
Hi, Dan! Thanks for the question. We will make the recording of this talk available.
Brittany Blair
23:07
Link for the Published Paper: https://agupubs.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1029/2020AV000284
Marc Gaulier
28:33
Why assume a straight-line decline in emissions to 2050? Is there any reason to believe that the rate of carbon abatement could increase in the future?
Marc Gaulier
28:53
(referring to slide 11)
Rene Cole
34:46
Hi, will we get the presentation slides from today's session?
Clark Campagna
37:53
Hi, Rene: Thanks for the question. We will make the recording of today’s talk available to everyone who attended and registered.
Alice Kaswan
42:11
I look forward to hearing the rest in the recording; have to run to another meeting. Fascinating work.
Irene Boghdadi
47:52
Thank you Prof Jim and Ryan for your excellent analysis as always - could you please speak more to how spending on the delayed electrification scenario and the net negative scenario are at parity in 2050 ( about 5% pf the GDP)
Marc Gaulier
48:54
Slide 19: in high RE scenarios, what was renewables curtailment as a percentage of total energy consumption?
Len Rodberg
55:05
Since the land use (environmental) and cost impacts of renewables are likely to be substantial, why do you not include any expansion of nuclear?
VIGNESH DEVAKI MURUGESAN
58:03
Thank you for the nice presentation. My name is Vignesh Devaki Murugesan from Ulm, Germany. I have a question: "Since wind energy is obtained from pressure difference which requires sun's heat, so if we take energy from sun at a large scale on land using solar cells or other technologies this might affect (reduce) our share on wind energy". Is this effect considered in your model? Or is this effect negligible or there is no such effects? Thank you.
John Callaway
58:33
Can you talk a little more about the social effects of these changes and how they could be managed -- part of the conclusions slide?
Meron Tesfaye
58:53
Thank you for such a clear and concise talk! Great work!
Maggie Winslow
01:13:03
Great event! Thank you so much.
Dan Kalb
01:13:14
Thank You for this informative seminar!
John Callaway
01:13:17
Thanks Brittany, Jim & Ryan -- great presentation!!