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Fall 2022 Sustainability Science PS5350 section 001
CARBON CAPTURE UTILIZATION AND STORAGE
CARBON CAPTURE UTIL & STO

Call Number 13294
Day & Time
Location
R 4:10pm-6:00pm
To be announced
Points 3
Grading Mode Standard
Approvals Required None
Instructor David S Goldberg
Type LECTURE
Method of Instruction In-Person
Course Description This course covers the technical and non-technical aspects of Carbon Utilization and Storage (CCUS), one of our most important and achievable tools to mitigate climate change. The course begins by presenting our global energy needs and the environmental motivation for CCUS and its natural analogues. Students will review the basic concepts and methods involved in CO2 capture, trapping, and monitoring, as well as established methods for modeling the fate of CO2in the subsurface. Students will then consider the needs and implications of CO2 capture from industrial sources (power plants) and directly from ambient air and examine current examples from around the world. This course will go on to discuss integrating CCUS with renewable energy sources (negative emission) and ocean storage options. Students will think through the challenges associated with CCUS, including the transportation of CO2to storage locations, regulations and incentives, and the public view and acceptance of this technology. The course will end with a discussion of where to go from here to find pathways to a carbon neutral future. At the conclusion of this course, each student will have gained a practical understanding of the potential for CCUS solutions to mitigate climate change and gain experience in presenting related technical and non-technical information to their peers. This will critically inform decision making and hone communication skills for future careers in fossil and renewable energy generation, power distribution, manufacturing, environmental policy, and scientific outreach.
Web Site Vergil
Department Sustainability Technology
Enrollment 23 students (26 max) as of 9:37AM Monday, August 15, 2022
Subject Sustainability Science
Number PS5350
Section 001
Division School of Professional Studies
Open To Engineering:Graduate, GSAS, SIPA, Professional Studies
Campus Morningside
Note Cross Registration begins September 2, 2022
Section key 20223SUSC5350K001

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