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A discussion of the findings and implications of Synthesis of CCS Social Research: Reflections and State of Play 2013 report
This webinar was held on Thursday 17 July 2014, and provided an opportunity to hear Peta Ashworth and Dr. Anne-Maree Dowd (CSIRO) reflect on their ambitious attempt to synthesise the key findings from a comprehensive four-year-long body of social research into carbon capture and storage (CCS).
The report, Synthesis of CCS Social Research: Reflections and State of Play 2013 was designed to provide an accessible summary and guide into the emerging thinking and best practices for those working to improve public understanding and acceptance of CCS technology.
During this webinar, the authors presented an overview of the report findings, joining Global CCS Institute Public Engagement Manager, Kirsty Anderson, to discuss audience questions around the current state of play of CCS social research and best practice public engagement.
Here is a recording of the webinar and a browsable version of the slides used in the presentation:
- Webinar series: Public engagement, education and outreach for carbon capture and storage. Part 1: Lessons learned and tackling future challenges
- Communicating about CCS: tools and case studies
- Synthesis of CCS social research: Reflections and current state of play in 2013
- Webinar Series: Public engagement, education and outreach for CCS. Part 3: Can’t see it, can’t understand it? Engaging the imagination on CO2 storage
- Why we need a Communications and Engagement Toolkit for CCS Projects