Public Perception of Carbon Capture and Storage Technology Workshop
ETIP held a workshop on "Public Perception of Carbon Capture and Storage Technology" on June 2-3, 2008 at Harvard Kennedy School. The goal of the workshop was to integrate and assimilate recent developments in understanding public perception of CCS technology related to demonstration and deployment for climate change mitigation. By providing a forum to discuss and critique public perception and communication strategies in several specific projects involving CCS technology, the workshop enabled participants to engage in discussion and analysis of public perception and communication issues and to synthesize commonalities and differences among current/recent experiences and research.
Below are links to presentations given, listed in chronological order:
- Wändi Bruine De Bruin, Carnegie Mellon University - Developing Effective Risk Communication
- Tarla Rai Peterson, Texas A&M - Communication, Rhetoric, and the Media
- Jennie Stephens, Clark University and ETIP, Harvard Kennedy School; and Jeff Bielicki, ETIP, Harvard Kennedy School - The Influence of a CCS Information-Session on Public Perception
- Tiffany Rau, BP - Delivering Real World Solutions on Global Warming
- Sarah Wade, AJW Group and Judith Bradbury, PNNL - Best Practices in CCS Communication and Outreach: Lessons from the Regional Carbon Sequestration Partnerships
- Sallie Greenberg, Illinois State Geologic Survey - FutureGen: A Collaborative Approach
- John Holdren, Harvard Kennedy School - Preliminary Synthesis and Questions
- Workshop report (141K PDF)
For more information about this publication please contact the ETIP Coordinator at 617-496-5584.
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