Development of a CCS communications framework for Japan (phase 3)

1st June 2014

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

The Japanese Knowledge Network (JKN) is a group of over 20 organisations sharing knowledge on topics critical to accelerating carbon capture and storage (CCS) in Japan.  A key task of the has been to create a framework for communicating CCS to the general public.

This report presents the findings of the third phase of the 'Development of a CCS Communications Framework for Japan’ project. It is a detailed analysis of the tools and methodologies developed by the network to communicate CCS in an accurate and accessible way. The framework was tested with a group of Japanese citizens who critiqued the information and its delivery for relevance and effectiveness.

This report is authored by Japan NUS Co. Ltd. (JANUS), partnered by Quintessa Japan, and supported by Global CCS Institute.

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Development of a CCS communications framework for Japan (phase 3)


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