Episode 107

The word “drawdown” is used in multiple fields, from banking to investing, but for today’s episode, the most important use of the word is in climatology. Climate drawdown is the point at which greenhouse gas concentrations begin to decline on a year-to-year basis in order to reach carbon neutrality. The United States still has to take many steps in order to achieve drawdown, but there are many teams of brilliant scientists across the country that are putting solutions on the table to make this goal attainable. One of those brilliant scientists is my guest today, Dr. Marilyn Brown from Georgia Tech.


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