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Conversations That Matter

Adrian Corless: Carbon Eaters

April 10, 2016

In this episode of Conversations That Matter, Stuart McNish interviews Adrian Corless of Carbon Engineering, a company that is literally capturing carbon from the air and mixing it with hydrogen to turn it into fuel. Corless says, “Ultimately, we're producing synthetic fuels using atmospheric carbon as a feedstock. We also need a source of energy, and for us that’s renewable hydrogen.”

Corless and his team are displacing buried carbon and replacing it with spent carbon which equates to fuel without a carbon increase. “I think this is really the game-changer,” adds Corless. “I really truly hope that the technology ultimately helps solve the carbon challenge.”

Conversations That Matter is a partner program with the Centre for Dialogue at Simon Fraser University. Join veteran Broadcaster Stuart McNish each week for these important and engaging conversations shaping our future.

Stuart McNish

Stu McNish is a trainer, speaker, video producer and award-winning television reporter. Over the course of his career Stu has taught countless professionals how to prepare for media interviews and to speak in public. As a television reporter with Global TV, Stu won numerous awards for his work, ended the careers of politicians, spoke out on behalf of those who didn't have a voice and made a difference.

In 1998, Stu left reporting and created Oh Boy Productions, a production company producing truly compelling videos for TV, corporate clients, government agencies and not-for-profits.

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