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21 Sep 2021
Virtual Event - Link Below

Hugo Neu Corporation Sustainability Seminar Series: Transition to Decarbonization: Regenerative Infrastructure

Department of Civil, Environmental and Ocean Engineering

photo of Tyler Wood

Abstract

Tyler Wood has served in various leadership roles within the hedge fund industry for 20 years. He believes that the transition towards decarbonization and electrification are the largest trends and biggest opportunity in modern human history that will transition the world economy from linear and extractive to circular and regenerative. In this discussion, Tyler will explain how mining carbon from the atmosphere will create the raw materials necessary for the next stage of modern civilization while cleaning up the planet.

Biography

Tyler Wood has served in various leadership roles within the hedge fund industry for 20 years. He believes that the transition towards decarbonization and electrification are the largest trends and biggest opportunity in modern human history that will transition the world economy from linear and extractive to circular and regenerative.

The Gravitas Carbotura Project (Carbon Capture in Latin) is a large-industrial-scale roll-out of modular facilities with maximized environmental impact. This Negative Emissions Technology has several evolutions developed that eliminate waste plastics, create advanced biomaterials, and accomplish large scale carbon sequestration and utilization more efficiently than any solution on the planet.

Mr. Wood has been characterized throughout his 20+ year career with a personal and positive communication style that inspires people to act decisively towards a common goal. He has completed his education from Salve Regina University in International Business.

His international business education includes studies in England, France, Panama, Venezuela, Brazil, South Africa, India, Malaysia, Singapore, Japan, China, and New Zealand.

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