A CCS communications framework developed by the Japanese Knowledge Network
8th October 2013
Topic(s): Carbon capture use and storage (CCUS), Communication, Public engagement
This report describes Phase 2 of a multi-phase project undertaken by the Japanese Knowledge Sharing Network, entitled “Development of a Knowledge Sharing Test Bed for CCS in Japan”. The focus of the network has been to:
1) Develop and test a public outreach program for carbon capture and storage (CCS), based on expert arguments developed in Phase 1 of the project on how to explain the case for CCS through a communications framework.
2) Address knowledge gaps identified on the topic of CO2 storage, in particular seismicity induced by injection of CO2, and the impact of seismicity on any part of the CCS process.
Other Phase Reports
- Developing a CCS communications framework for Japan - Phase 1, August 2011
- Development of a CCS communications framework for Japan - Phase 3, June 2014
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