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The Future is Green – The Future is Seaweed

Ground floor venue but not accessible. Access via three steps.
Parking available in a pay and display car park next to the venue.
Food and drink can be purchased.
Past event - 2019
21 May Doors 6:30pm
Event 7:30-9:30pm
Food served @ the pub
Command House, Dock Rd, Chatham, Medway,
Kent ME4 4TX

Sun, CO2 and Seaweed – Future or Flop?

Dr John J Milledge (Algal Biotechnology Research Fellow)
- World population is growing
- Fresh water, land and fossil fuel are finite
- Carbon dioxide in the atmosphere is increasing
- Oceans cover 72% of the Earth's surface

Are seaweeds grown using sunlight, salt water and CO2 the basis of a sustainable future for food, fuel and pharmaceuticals?

Between a ‘rock’ and a hard place – Mineralisation of CO2 as a Carbon Capture and Utilisation Strategy

Colin Hills (Speaker)
Anthropogenic CO2 emissions can be used as a feedstock to make everyday materials. With potential to divert Gt CO2 from the atmosphere, Professor Hills will discuss pioneering work on the manufacture of construction materials from mineralised CO2.
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