Anna Harper published a guest blog on Carbon Brief discussing the net carbon impact of large amounts of BECCS to meet 1.5°C targets. The blog is based on a paper written with colleagues published in Nature Communications this month.
Johanna has a new position in the School of International Development at the University of East Anglia as a Lecturer in Environment & International Development. Johanna has led the analysis of the first stakeholder workshop and will continue her work with FAB-GGR through supervision of the new post-doctoral research associate.
Diarmaid Clery joins the FAB-GGR team at the University of East Anglia to work on the second stakeholder workshop and our policy brief outputs. Diarmaid has submitted his PhD in chemistry and engineering at the University of Leeds where he worked on the impact of biomass combustion on amine sorbents.
Nathan Owen joins the FAB-GGR team at the University of Exeter to work on the UK scale modelling of ecosystem impacts of afforestation and BECCS.Nathan has a PhD in Mathematics and has applied this to projects at the Land, Environment, Economics and Policy Institute, building a connected set of economic and environmental models for the UK and a decision support tool.