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日本における知識共有ネットワークによるCCS コミュニケーション枠組みの構築
日本における知識共有ネットワークによるCCS コミュニケーション枠組みの構築

1st August 2013

Organisation(s): Global CCS Institute, JGC Corporation

Topic(s): Carbon capture, Public engagement, Use and storage (CCUS)

本報告書は、日本における知識共有ネットワークが実施した複数のフェーズにわたり実施された、「日本における知識共有ネットワークによるCCSコミュニケーション枠組みの構築」プロジェクトの第2 フェーズについて示したものである。実施内容は次のとおりである。

(1). プロジェクトの第1 フェーズで行った、「CCS をコミュニケーションの枠組みを通じてどのように説明すべきか」という専門家の議論に基づき、CO2 回収・貯留(以下「CCS」)に関する一般市民向けアウトリーチプログラムを作成・試験する。

(2). CO2貯留に関する問題のうち、特に、CO2圧入による誘発地震と、地震がCCSに与える影響についての「知識ギャップ」に対処する。

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CCS communications framework. Appendix: summarising key findings on induced seismicity
CCS communications framework. Appendix: summarising key findings on induced seismicity

1st January 2013

Organisation(s): Global CCS Institute, Japanese Knowledge Network, JGC Corporation

Topic(s): Carbon capture, Use and storage (CCUS)

This report examines whether there is a correlation between CCS and seismicity through a review of key existing literature on the subject. This report is a contribution to the second phase of a project being undertaken for the Global Carbon Capture and Storage Institute (GCCSI) entitled “Development of Knowledge Sharing Framework for Japan”.

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In partnership with the Global CCS Institute, JGC Corporation, Quintessa, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST) and McKinley Consulting established and have been running a knowledge sharing network amongst several of the Institute’s Japanese Members since December 2010.

As a part of the network’s initial project, Developing a CCS Communications Framework for Japan, several major Japanese organisations involved with CCS have collaborated to explore:       

  • how the Institute and its Members can collaborate to synthesise expert knowledge relating to issues identified, which is distributed over a wide variety of disciplines/research areas, into a coherent body of knowledge; and
  • how the Institute can distill detailed expert knowledge and present it in a simpler form that can be understood by stakeholders with different levels of scientific/technical literacy.

This report sets out the main outputs of the Network's pilot phase, including:

  • establishment of a community of key staff from interested organisations, procedures for facilitating knowledge sharing and required communication tools, i.e., the Institute’s digital platform;
  • specification of (possibly Japan-specific) requirements for promotion of CCS understanding;
  • compilation of a knowledge base of past communication efforts and an assessment of their effectiveness;
  • development of an action plan for improving CCS understanding and stakeholder participation in national dialogue; and
  • development of an ‘Argumentation model’ supporting CCS in Japan.

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