Carbon Management Technology Conference

Jan 9th, 2012 | By | Category: Climate Change

The first-ever Carbon Management Technology Conference will be held 7–9 February 2012 in Orlando, Florida, USA.

Eight engineering societies are sponsoring this conference, bringing together all disciplines to share the latest technologies, strategies and systems related to the management and containment of carbon production.

The three-day technical program will feature more than 200 presentations on key topics such as business risks of carbon counting, innovative approaches to measuring information technology system sustainability, research and development, and greenhouse gas quantification and measurement methods.

“At the Carbon Management Technology Conference, engineers from a wide range of engineering disciplines will share their perspectives on reducing greenhouse gas emissions and adaptation to the risks of climate change,” says Haroon Kheshgi, conference chairperson and leader of ExxonMobil’s global climate change science program.  “It has been inspiring to work with the program committee of over 60 dedicated professionals, including volunteers from the sponsoring engineering societies, who have developed the program of this inaugural conference and have laid the groundwork for further collaborations of the societies”.

Tuesday’s keynote session, “Climate Change Adaptation in the US,” will feature Katharine Jacobs, assistant director for the White House Office of Science & Technology Policy. Robert Fri, visiting scholar for Resources for the Future, will discuss “America’s Climate Choices” in the Wednesday keynote session.

Attendees can also observe the latest products and services for greenhouse gas mitigation and adaptation from industry-leading exhibiting companies.

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About the Conference

The Carbon Management Technology Conference is sponsored and organized by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, the American Institute of Chemical Engineers, the Association for Iron and Steel Technology, the Society for Mining, Metallurgy & Exploration, the American Society of Civil Engineers, the Minerals, Metals & Materials Society and the Society of Petroleum Engineers. It is also supported in part by a grant from the United Engineering Foundation.

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