CCS demonstration in developing countries: Priorities for a financing mechanism for carbon doxide capture and storage
1st April 2011
This first attempt to develop best practices to responsibly implement CCS projects was based on a broad stakeholder process where WRI convened experts from academia, industry, and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) from the United States. In addition, WRI published guidelines for local community engagement on CCS projects in the fall of 2010. These had the input from experts and communities from nine countries around the world and cover potentially contentious issues for CCS project development in relation to disclosure of information, community engagement in the review and approval of plans, and public participation in general. Additional publications include briefs on CCS development in two critical markets: the European Union (EU)and China.
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