Evaluation summary: carbon capture and storage educational resources

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.

Organisation 
Global CCS Institute
Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO)
Topics 
Public engagement
Education
Carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS)

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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