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Global learning on carbon capture and storage: A call for strong international cooperation on CCS demonstration

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  • de Coninck, Heleen
  • Stephens, Jennie C.
  • Metz, Bert

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Closing the gap between carbon dioxide capture and storage (CCS) rhetoric and technical progress is critically important to global climate mitigation efforts. Developing strong international cooperation on CCS demonstration with global coordination, transparency, cost-sharing and communication as guiding principles would facilitate efficient and cost-effective collaborative global learning on CCS, would allow for improved understanding of the global capacity and applicability of CCS, and would strengthen global trust, awareness and public confidence in the technology.

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  • de Coninck, Heleen & Stephens, Jennie C. & Metz, Bert, 2009. "Global learning on carbon capture and storage: A call for strong international cooperation on CCS demonstration," Energy Policy, Elsevier, vol. 37(6), pages 2161-2165, June.
  • Handle: RePEc:eee:enepol:v:37:y:2009:i:6:p:2161-2165
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