Project Vesta – Coastal Carbon Capture – Live Event!

Project Vesta - Coastal Carbon Capture – Live Event! - Carbon Herald

Open Air Collective’s live events continue this week with two guests from a very promosing project for carbon capture. “This is CDR” hosts Kelly Erhart and Tom Green from Project Vesta who will talk about coastal carbon capture as a carbon removal solution. They’ll also provide an update on how their team is progressing with their “carbon negative sand” project which we covered several months ago.

The event will be live on October 26th, 2021, at 12pm ET. Click this link to register and join.

Kelly Erhart is Co-Founder and Director of Development for Project Vesta. Kelly has a multidisciplinary background and is committed to reframing complex issues into scalable, holistic solutions. She has commercialized sustainable technologies, provided strategic direction to multi stakeholder initiatives, managed disaster relief projects, produced large scale international events, and consulted for climate change mitigation projects.

Tom Green is Executive Director of Project Vesta. Tom began his career as a biologist, then spent 20 years in various corporate roles at Capital One, Lending Club, Bain & Company, and Averon, spanning marketing, data analysis, communications, product, strategy, project leadership, and general management. He is co-founder of UK climate change non-profit We Are Ancestors and has advised The Nature Conservancy on strategy. He holds an MBA from Harvard Business School.

The Open Air Collective – a network of volunteers who collaborate on shared projects that push Direct Air Carbon Capture forward in the real world – launched a series of webinars focused on carbon capture technology and carbon dioxide removal earlier in 2021 and has now had over ten guests from across the carbon capture, utilization and removal spectrum. Here is the previous episode which featured Aaron Fitzgerald from Mars Materials who talked about plans to produce carbon fiber with CO2.

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