Synthesis of CCS social research: Reflections and current state of play in 2013

9th October 2013

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

Carbon capture and storage (CCS) has a critical role to play in mitigating climate change and providing energy security. Fundamental to that advocacy role is a commitment to sharing the best possible research and information about the technology to our members and the wider public. This report has been designed to provide an accessible summary of an extremely comprehensive body of research. It is hoped that the review will provide a quick and helpful guide to emerging thinking and best practices for those working to improve public understanding and acceptance of CCS technology, with extended bibliographical references to assist with further research.


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Synthesis of CCS social research: Reflections and current state of play in 2013


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