Overall this webinar will ask, what role does bioenergy (specifically biofuels) have in achieving net zero by 2050 and what needs to be done now to have a significant impact over the next 20 years?

There has been a rapid increase over the last year in the number of governments pledging to reduce greenhouse gas emissions to net zero. Net zero pledges to date from over 130 countries cover around 70% of global GDP and CO2 emissions.

Notably Australia is yet to commit to a net zero target at this stage, however with over 70 per cent of our trade with nations committed to net-zero emissions, pressure is growing.

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The IEA has recently released a key report, Net Zero by 2050 – A Roadmap for the Global Energy Sector. This report gives guidance on how energy demand and the energy mix will need to evolve if the world is to achieve net‐zero emissions by 2050 and the implications for the economy, the energy industry, citizens, and governments.

America has recently released their own country specific report Net Zero America exploring options for America to meet the target. A similar privately sponsored two year study NZAu has recently been launched in Australia.

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Timothy Goodson and Praveen Bains of the International Energy Agency (IEA) will present the findings of the Net Zero by 2050 report, including the proposed mix of technology pathways and wider implications.

Chris Greig, Senior Research Scientist, Princeton University will present on the Net-Zero America study including the blueprint for the next decade and the six technology pillars to support the transition to net-zero emissions by 2050.

Dr. Felix Leach, Associate Professor of Engineering Science at University of Oxford and co-author of Racing Toward Zero: The Untold Story of Driving Green will present on the books message, that the future requires a balanced approach to transportation. It’s not a matter of choosing between combustion or electrification; it’s combustion and electrification. As the authors say, “The future is eclectic.”

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  1. Nick Schroeder

    1) By reflecting away 30% of ISR the albedo, which would not exist w/o the atmosphere/GHGs, makes the earth cooler than it would be without that atmosphere like that reflective panel set behind the windshield. Remove the atmosphere/GHGs and the earth would become much like the Moon, a barren rock with a 0.1 albedo, 20% more kJ/h, hot^3 on the lit side, cold^3 on the dark. Nikolov, Kramm (U of AK) and UCLA Diviner mission all tacitly agree.

    2) the GHG up/down welling, “trapping”/”back” radiating/delaying/intercepting, 100 % efficient, perpetual warming loop requires "extra" energy which according to RGHE theory comes from

    3) the terrestrial surface radiating that "extra" upwelling energy as a LWIR , 1.0 emissivity, ideal black body which

    4) cannot happen because of the non-radiative, kinetic energy, heat transfer processes of the contiguous atmospheric molecules and as demonstrated by experiment, the gold standard of classical science:


    1or2or3+4 = 0 Greenhouse Effect + 0 Greenhouse gas warming + 0 man caused climate change/global warming.

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