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Mr Caspar Donnison BA Oxon

Postgraduate Research Student in Bioenergy with Carbon Capture and Storage (BECCS) and the Environment

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Caspar researches the environmental and social implications of using the negative emission technology Bioenergy with Carbon Capture and Storage (BECCS) to meet Paris Agreement greenhouse gas emission targets.

Academic Qualifications

2010-2013: BA Philosophy, Politics, and Economics (PPE). University of Oxford, UK.

Research interests

Caspar uses environmental economic and quantitative methods to explore how the location and scale of BECCS determines environmental trade-offs and co-benefits, as well as to explore what a sustainable BECCS deployment may look like. This involves assessing and quantifying the environmental and social impacts of energy crops in the landscape. Caspar has used these techniques to explore BECCS deployment in both the UK and California.

PhD Supervisor: Prof. Gail Taylor, Dr Felix Eigenbrod, Dr Robert Holland, and Dr Astley Hastings (Aberdeen).
PhD Research: Going carbon negative: Bioenergy with Carbon Capture and Sequestration (BECCS) –impacts on UK and global natural capital
Funding provider: NERC

Affiliation

Department of Plant Sciences, University of California, Davis

Research group

Environmental Biosciences

Affiliate research groups

Institute for Life Sciences, Clean Carbon , ADVENT, Taylorlab, UKERC

Research project(s)

Mapping the supply and demand of bioenergy in Great Britain to 2050

This project explores the potential use of bioenergy crops across GB, looking at feasibility, sustainability implications, and constraints on production opportunities, in relation to current and future demand for energy.

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Mr Caspar Donnison
c.donnison@soton.ac.uk
cdonnison@ucdavis.edu

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