Date: 06/17/2024
Time: 8:30 AM to 10:00 AM

Climate Interventions: Carbon Removal at Scale

Hosted by

The Institute for Science & Policy

In partnership with

The Institute for Responsible Carbon Removal

FREE RSVP for In-person

FREE RSVP for Virtual

Monday, June 17
8:30 a.m. - 10:00 a.m. MT

Breakfast begins at 8:30 a.m. Panel and livestream begins at 9:00 a.m.

Denver Museum of Nature & Science
2001 Colorado Blvd
Denver, CO 80205

From nature-based to technological solutions, carbon dioxide removal could help address the root cause of climate change by cleaning up Earth’s atmosphere. Exploring removing carbon at scale means examining the environmental, economic, and social benefits and tradeoffs. During the second panel discussion in our three-part Climate Interventions series, we will discuss issues of verification, ethics, and community engagement on an array of solutions that exist across broad geographic scales. Join a panel of experts for breakfast at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science or live online. 

Free RSVP for the in-person breakfast and panel.

Free RSVP for the virtual livestream panel. 


Wil Burns, Co-Director, Institute for Responsible Carbon Removal, American University and Visiting Professor, Environmental Policy & Culture Program, Northwestern University

Freya Chay, Program Lead, CarbonPlan

Alicia Karspeck, Co-Founder & Chief Technology Officer, [C]Worthy

Celina Scott-Buechler, Senior Resident Fellow for Climate Innovation, Data for Progress

Moderated by Kristan Uhlenbrock, Executive Director, The Institute for Science & Policy. 


The Institute for Science & Policy at the Denver Museum of Nature & Science is a non-partisan, policy-neutral convener and honest broker working across divides to help solve our most complex statewide, national, and global challenges.

The Institute for Responsible Carbon Removal is a research center in the School of International Service at American University, Washington DC. Its mission is to build ways of doing carbon removal that are responsible, democratic, just, and equitable.