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Communications for carbon capture and storage: identifying the benefits, managing risk and maintaining the trust of stakeholders

28th February 2013

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

This report reviews the communication approaches of five CCS projects and explores the common challenges and themes they have faced. It is not designed to be a ‘template for success’ or a ‘how-to’ guide because all projects are different and all sites have specific issues. It does, however, attempt to draw out communication strategies that have proven to be successful for some projects as they have attempted to earn and maintain stakeholders’ trust and suggests measures which, project developers in general and CCS communicators in particular, might adopt if they are to mitigate the risk of failure on the engagement front.

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