The lecture was held as part of commemorating JSPS Stockholm 20 years, Sweden-Japan Foundation 50 years, and the establishment of Kyushu University Stockholm Liaison Office. Beside online participants, the event also enjoyed a live audience at KTH campus. Prof. Shigenori Fujikawa, Kyushu University, Japan, offered a fascinating presentation on new techniques for capturing carbon from the air. Francesco Fuso-Nerini, Director of KTH Climate Action Centre, acted as host and Prof. Johan Lauwereyns, Vice President of Kyushu University, offered opening remarks. The event ended with a panel discussion exploring the future role of CO2 capture in combatting climate change, with panelists Christophe Duwig, Associate Professor at KTH, and Kenneth Möllersten, IVL Swedish Environmental Research Institute.
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