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UCL School Of Management

UCL School of Management hosts Dr. Ethan Cohen-Cole, CEO and co-founder of Capture6

UCL School of Management is thrilled to welcome Dr. Ethan Cohen-Cole, CEO and co-founder of Capture6, to host a discussion on carbon removal on 12 October. The event was organized by Anil Doshi, Assistant Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship, and Martin Kessler, Board Member at Capture 6.

 

The California and New Zealand based startup helps businesses and organizations mitigate the risks of climate change through direct air capture. They are the first in market to offer permanent million-ton direct air capture installations. Their large-scale carbon removal solution focuses on circular economy, social responsibility, and environmental justice. Dr. Cohen-Cole will talk about the Capture6 mission to increase global carbon capture by deploying an enhanced mineralization approach that is one of the world’s leading solutions for permanent and irreversible carbon dioxide removal. “Our carbon removal solution is not about us, it’s about future generations. The decisions we make today are the building blocks of our future,” says Dr. Cohen-Cole.


The event is sponsored and hosted by UCL School of Management, a world-class business school creating disruptive research and entrepreneurial leaders for the complex, interconnected world of the future.


The School’s faculty collaborates with top researchers in leading global business schools, and also participates in interdisciplinary research initiatives to illuminate important changes taking place in society, technology, markets and organisations and the challenges and opportunities that accompany them.


Research at UCL School of Management focuses on what it believes are the four major drivers of change in management: Technology, Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Analytics. UCL School of Management is ranked second in the UK for “world-leading” and “Internationally excellent” research.

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