Carbon Pipelines Across Iowa: Panel Discussion

This event took place on Monday, November 7 from 12:45 pm to 1:45 pm in the Boyd Law Building (BLB) at the University of Iowa College of Iowa.

This event was in person, with the option of watching a livestream via Zoom. Scroll down to learn more about the event and the panelists.

 


At A Glance

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87

in person attendees at the Carbon Pipelines Across Iowa discussion in Boyd Law Building

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212

Registrations for the virtual attendance option

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216

total attendees for both the virtual and in-person options, combined

About the Panel Discussion

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Carbon Pipelines Across Iowa

Join the Hubbell Environmental Law Initiative in a panel discussion between policy experts, researchers, industry, landowners, and environmental representatives on the proposed carbon capture and storage pipelines across the state of Iowa.
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An Introduction to the Issues

This Panel Discussion began promptly at 12:45 p.m. with an introduction to the issues at hand, given by Shannon Roesler, the Charlotte and Frederick Hubbell Professor of Environmental and Natural Resources Law.

The Panelists

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Elizabeth Burns-Thompson

Vice President, Government & Public Affairs - Navigator CO2
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Shannon Roesler

Faculty Director, Hubbell Environmental Law Initiative
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Monte Shaw

Executive Director, Iowa Renewable Fuels Association
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Charles Stanier

Professor of Chemical and Biochemical Engineering, University of Iowa College of Engineering
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Wally Taylor

Attorney, representing the Sierra Club
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Jessica Wiskus

Linn County Landowner

Video of the Panel Discussion