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Can Renewable Gases Help Reduce Wildfire Risks and GHG Emissions?

September 14, 2021

2020 was one of the worst wildfire seasons in history and now 2021 is shaping up to be even worse. Climate change has drastically altered forest health and requires bold new strategies for conservation and sustainable management. The production of renewable gases from forest biomass presents both a means of reducing fuel load and providing much needed resources for more sustainable forest management.

In this webinar, learn about:

  • The impact that wildfires have on climate and air quality, and opportunities to reduce emissions and restore healthy forests.
  • The opportunity to convert forest waste to renewable gas, cutting climate super pollutants and creating carbon negative emissions.
  • What resources the public and private sector are and can bring to develop and implement renewable gas-based solutions to the crisis in our forests.
  • What policies lawmakers are pursuing to accelerate the development of sustainable and carbon neutral strategies to harness forest biomass for renewable gas production.

Webinar Speakers

Dan Adler

Senior Advisor for Climate Finance

California Governor's Office of Business & Economic Development

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Dan Porter

Dan Porter

Forest Strategy Lead

The Nature Conservancy

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Matt Baker

Deputy Secretary

California Natural Resources Agency

Moderator

Tanya Peacock

Senior Director of Government Affairs and Policy

Bloom Energy

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