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As the first week of COP 23 in Bonn comes to a close, its timely to review what has happened in the traditionally slow ‘first week’ of a COP. The weather and encroaching winter left you in no doubt that we are in a pretty gloomy Bonn; wet and cold. I hope ...
(Photo: Recycling in style: the repurposed 1959 cruise liner, the SS. Rotterdam, was a spectacular venue for the 2017 European CCS Forum. Photo credit: Richard Theemling.) The SS. Rotterdam – a beautifully restored and repurposed 1959 cruise liner that is ...
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Carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS)
Alex Zapantis, Institute’s General Manager – Commercial, has been active presenting the benefits of carbon capture and storage at significant conferences this month. He chaired the CCS session at the prestigious Innovation for Cool Earth Forum in Tokyo an ...
On 17 October, amidst much anticipation, the Australian Government released a proposed National Energy Guarantee (NEG) as its preferred means to address concerns around the affordability and reliability of Australia's energy supply while also deliver ...
What is COP 23 and why is the Institute involved?   The Conference of the Parties (COP) to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) negotiations is the international platform where nations come together to negotiate the operation ...