Industry Leaders, Researchers and Government Officials Come Together To Explore New Approaches in Using Carbon Dioxide Chemical and Engineering Methods in the Fight Against Climate Change.On October 12th, 2016, The University of Toronto, Ford Motor Company and the National Sciences and Engineering Council of Canada hosted the ‘Transformative Research to Combat Climate Change Challenge’ Workshop at the Faculty Club on the University’s St. George Campus in Toronto. Representatives from Ontario ministries, global engineering and technological firms, and post-secondary researchers came together at the one-day workshop to present and learn about new strategies on carbon dioxide utilization.

The Honourable Glen Murray, Ontario Minister of the Environment and Climate Change, in his opening remarks at the workshop, outlined his vision to implement the process of Carbon Capture and Utilization (CCU) towards a negative carbon economy.

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Faculty’s Climate Change Workshop