Carbon Capture Coalition Welcomes National Audubon Society as a Coalition Participant
May 21, 2018 | About Us
The Carbon Capture Coalition today welcomed the National Audubon Society as a Coalition participant. Coalition co-directors Jeff Bobeck and Brad Crabtree offered the following welcome messages:
“C2ES is honored to welcome The National Audubon Society to the Carbon Capture Coalition,” said Jeff Bobeck, co-director of the Carbon Capture Coalition and director of energy policy engagement at C2ES. “Audubon is among the oldest, most recognized, and widely respected voices for conservation, and its unique perspective will be a valuable addition to the coalition. Audubon’s commitment to solving climate change is rooted in a devotion to ensuring continued biodiversity, and its support illustrates a growing awareness that carbon capture is an essential and necessary tool to meet mid-century climate targets.”
“We welcome the National Audubon Society to the growing list of participants in the Carbon Capture Coalition,” said Brad Crabtree, co-director of the Carbon Capture Coalition and vice president for fossil energy at Great Plains Institute. “We are excited to partner with Audubon and their national grassroots network of members and staff to encourage policymakers to take further steps to support carbon capture and to promote its adoption in energy, industrial, and agricultural applications around the country.”
Read the Audubon announcement press release on their website here: https://www.audubon.org/news/audubon-joins-carbon-capture-coalition.