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22 September 2017: The world’s leading authority on carbon capture and storage, the Global CCS Institute, has welcomed the appointments of three highly respected climate change and carbon capture and storage advocates to its Board of Directors.

They are:

Japan will only meet its climate change obligations by intensifying the deployment of carbon capture and storage (CCS), experts meeting in Tokyo have heard.

Asia Pacific CCS representatives meeting in Melbourne have heard that carbon capture and storage (CCS) is the harbinger of a new economy that can deliver jobs, energy security and a cleaner environment but far-sighted, technology-neutral policies are integral to its success.

Friday 9 June 2017: The world authority on carbon capture and storage (CCS) has praised the Finkel National Electricity Market Review’s `technology neutral’ approach, saying it allows CCS and other clean technologies to redress current weaknesses in Australia’s electricity system

The world authority on carbon capture and storage (CCS) has told the Eighth Clean Energy Ministerial (CEM8) and Second Mission Innovation Ministerial (MI-2) in Beijing that CCS is key to expanding the new economy through its versatile application to broader industry.

2 June 2017: Global CCS Institute’s General Manager, Americas Region Jeff Erikson released the following statement regarding today’s White House announcement on the Paris Agreement: 

The Global CCS Institute applauds today’s decision by the Australian Government to broaden the Clean Energy Finance Corporation (CEFC) mandate and open investments to carbon capture and storage (CCS) technologies. 

The Global CCS Institute has launched a viral campaign to raise levels of awareness about this pivotal climate change technology which it says remains too un-recognised. 

Bonn, Germany

The world authority on carbon capture and storage (CCS) has told a UNFCCC pre-COP23 meeting in Bonn that whilst climate change talks are worthy and necessary, more climate “action” is needed if Paris `below 2 degree’ targets are going to be met.

Symposium in decarbonisation gets China's steel industry to examine the best ways of deploying carbon capture and storage to decarbonise the sector.