E07 Geological Sequestration with David Goldberg, PhD

In this webinar OpenAir welcomes Dr. David Goldberg from Columbia University’s Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory. Dr. Goldberg provides an overview of geologic sequestration of carbon dioxide, and the terrestrial and offshore sequestration opportunities in New York, with a focus on the co-location opportunity with offshore wind.

Moderated by Toby Bryce (@wtbryce) and Megha Raghavan

DR. DAVID GOLDBERG is a Lamont Research Professor at Columbia UniversitY. His interests focus on the integration of different technologies and cross-disciplinary approaches to develop achievable climate solutions. Goldberg received his undergraduate and MS degrees in earth and planetary sciences from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and his doctorate in geophysics and an MBA from Columbia University. He conducted post-doctoral studies at the Institute Français du Petrole in Paris and has been at Lamont-Doherty since 1985. He also currently serves as a core faculty member for the Lenfest Center for Sustainable Energy at Columbia and Deputy Director of the Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, Columbia University.

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