Chicago – (Business Wire– University of Chicago award-winning Climate Volt Climate and Climate Change Expert and Daniel Schrag, a number of prominent positions at Harvard University, have announced that they will join Climate Volt Technologists. Chamber The panel is led by former energy writer Ernest Monice. Shrag replaces Sally Benson, who left the White House Science and Technology Policy Bureau to take over from President Biden.
Dr. Ernest Monice, former US energy secretary and chairman of the Tech Chamber of Commerce, said: In fact, it is worse then worthless Undo Carbon emissions. I’m glad Daniel joined us on this mission. During the first Obama administration, we worked closely with the Presidential Science and Technology Advisory Council (PCAST), and I look forward to a new partnership.
“Dan has made a significant contribution to understanding the past, present and future of climate change and approaches to tackling climate change. “It is a complete addition to the Tech Chamber, and its guidance on identifying and developing sustainable climate solutions will be invaluable. I would also like to thank Sally Benson for sharing the wisdom and guidance she now uses to shape US federal policy.
Climate Vault is redefining the carbon offset market, using donations from suppliers to buy carbon offsets from state-controlled markets. More information on Climate Vault is available here. Through the Chamber of Commerce, Climate Volt uses the value of accrued emissions licenses to support carbon dioxide emission (CDR) enterprises – paving the way for net zero emissions.
“I was inspired to serve at such a Climate Vault’s Tech Chamber with such an outstanding group of local thinkers and leaders,” said Daniel Schrag. I have done much of my work to support technologies and policies to combat climate change and its effects. Climate Volt and Tech Chamber are leading one of the most exciting and multi-disciplinary approaches I have ever seen. I look forward to being part of it. ”
The Tech Chamber of Commerce recently launched its first round of proposals (RFP) to raise up to $ 7 million by the end of Q1 2022.
Biography of Daniel Schrag
Shrag Sturgi Hooper is a professor of geology and a professor of environmental sciences at Harvard University. He also serves as director of the Harvard University Environmental Center and director of the Science, Technology and Public Policy Program at Harvard Kennedy School.
His research covers work on energy technology and policy, including carbon footprint and storage and low-carbon fuels.
Shrag previously served on President Obama’s Advisory Council on Science and Technology from 2009-2017. He is a recipient of the James B. Maselwane Medal from the American Geophysical Union and the MacArthur Fellowship. Shrag holds a degree in Geology and Geophysics and Political Science from Yale University and a PhD. Geology at the University of California, Berkeley.
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