Evaluation summary: carbon capture and storage educational resources

13th August 2012

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

In July 2011, the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) conducted a review and analysis of a variety of carbon capture and storage (CCS) education materials currently available to be used by schools both in Australia and internationally. The materials were found to have a number of shortcomings, for example, some of the resources were lacking in teaching strategies and did not situate the information in the context of climate change. As a result of this analysis, CSIRO developed a set of CCS educational resources and conducted a trial and review of these resources in a sample of Australian and international schools. The resources were also reviewed by several Australian-based curriculum officers.


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