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Broecks, K.P.F. (author), Jack, C. (author), ter Mors, E. (author), Boomsma, C. (author), Shackley, S. (author)
Carbon Capture and Storage at industrial processes (industrial CCS) is expected to play an important role in reducing industrial CO2 emissions in the short term. Industrial CCS involves capturing CO2 from industrial processes, such as steel and cement making, and storing the CO2 underground. This study examined the public opinion of industrial...
article 2021
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Shackley, S. (author), Brunsting, S. (author), Mastop, E.A. (author), Kaiser, M. (author), Zimmer, R. (author), Mabon, L. (author), Howell, R. (author)
This paper summarizes the work on the social dimension conducted within the EU FP7 SiteChar project. The most important aim of the research was to advance public awareness and draw lessons for successful public engagement activities when developing a CO2 storage permit application. To this end, social site characterization (e.g. representative...
article 2015
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Brunsting, S. (author), Pol, M. (author), Mastop, E.A. (author), Kaiser, M. (author), Zimmer, R (author), Hepplewhite, F. (author), Loveridge, R. (author), Mazurowski, M. (author), Rybicki, C. (author), Howell, R. (author), Shackley, S. (author), Mabon, L. (author)
Public support has proven crucial to the implementation of CO2 capture and storage (CCS) demonstration projects. Whereas no method exists to guarantee local public acceptability of any project, a constructive stakeholder engagement process does increase the likelihood thereof. Social site characterisation can be used as an instrument to plan and...
article 2013
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Brunsting, S. (author), Mastop, E.A. (author), Kaiser, M. (author), Zimmer, R. (author), Shackley, S. (author), Mabon, L. (author), Howell, R. (author)
This deliverable describes the task of making available generic and site-specific information about the SiteChar activities regarding the site explorations to the general public as well as to the local public at the Scottish site and at the Polish site. Generic and site-specific information have been made available to the general and local...
other 2013
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Brunsting, S. (author), Pol, M. (author), Mastop, E.A. (author), Kaiser, M. (author), Zimmer, R. (author), Shackley, S. (author), Mabon, L. (author), Howell, R. (author)
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other 2012
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Brunsting, S. (author), Pol, M. (author), Mastop, E.A. (author), Kaiser, M. (author), Zimmer, R. (author), Hepplewhite, F. (author), Loveridge, R. (author), Mazurowski, M. (author), Rybicki, C. (author), Howell, R. (author), Shackley, S. (author), Mabon, L. (author), Energieonderzoek Centrum Nederland (author)
Public support has proven crucial to the implementation of CO2 capture and storage (CCS) demonstration projects. Whereas no method exists to guarantee local public acceptability of any project, a constructive stakeholder engagement process does increase the likelihood thereof. Social site characterisation can be used as an instrument to plan and...
conference paper 2012
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van Bree, B. (author), Hekkenberg, M. (author), Brunsting, S. (author), Ashworth, P. (author), Einsiedel, E. (author), Howell, R. (author), Boughen, N. (author), Boyd, A. (author), Shackley, S. (author), Jeanneret, T. (author), Stenner, K. (author), Medlock, J. (author), Mabon, L. (author), Energieonderzoek Centrum Nederland (author)
The aim of this research was to extend an Australian developed large group process which proved effective in engaging the general public on issues related to climate change, energy technologies, and the overall shift towards a low carbon society. The results from Australia, the Netherlands, Canada and Scotland found that in each of the...
conference paper 2012
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