(KCPW News) Transitioning to energy sources that don’t emit carbon, like wind and solar power, is one way to curb the amount of greenhouse gases that reach the atmosphere. But there’s another method that’s still being heavily debated: carbon capture and sequestration. Tonight at 7, Dr. Brian McPherson, associate professor of civil and environmental engineering at the University of Utah, will discuss his experiments with the technology as part of the Utah Museum of Natural History’s 2010 Nature of Things Lecture Series. In advance of tonight’s event, KCPW’s Jeff Robinson spoke with him to learn more.
Dr. Brian McPherson will speak at the Skaggs Auditorium at the University of Utah tonight at 7, as part of the Utah Museum of Natural History’s Nature of Things Lecture Series. The event is free and open to the public, or you can tune in for the live broadcast on NPR Utah, KCPW.
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