Why, how and when carbon capture and storage (CCS) must make a global difference
Climate science increasingly demands of carbon capture and storage (CCS) a substantive theoretical mitigation role over the medium term. The reality is that CCS progress continues to be stifled by changing government priorities, a weakening propensity to invest by the private sector and low community acceptability. This discussion will explore these challenges as well as identify further opportunities to support CCS.
This event is part of the Global CCS Institute's COP19 program and will be moderated by Executive Adviser for Europe, Middle East and Africa, John Scowcroft.
Time: 13.30 - 14.55
Location: IETA side event room.