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CCS-M T3: Communicating CCS to the Public
Feb. 18, 2014

 

CCS-M T3 is the third training course conducted by the CCOP Technical Secretariat (TS) in cooperation with the Global CCS Institute (GCCSI), Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, PETRAD and Geological Agency Indonesia (GAI) under the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources.  Given the vital role CCS will play in addressing climate change it is important to communicate the benefits of the CCS technology to the public.  Public engagement and communication activities are keys to the success of individual CCS projects.  CCS-M T3 aims to

  1. Learn from past experiences on CCS/CCUS projects,
  2. Enhance the capacities of the CCOP member countries in the permitting process of projects, and communicating CCS technologies to the public.

The resource persons were from CSIRO (Australia), PETRAD and Bellona (Norway), GSJ (Japan), and GAI (Indonesia).  A total of 51 participants from CCOP Member Countries (Cambodia, China, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Lao-PDR, Malaysia, Philippines, Thailand, and Vietnam) participated in T3.  The total includes 29 local participants from various Indonesian government agencies and academic institutions, and 3 from the CCOP Technical Secretariat.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Contents:

  1. Program
  2. Note for Information
  3. List of Participants
  4. Summary
  5. Pictures (please see T3 Gallery)
  6. Presentations:
    1. Keynote Address - CCS Roadmap in Indonesia  by GAI
    2. CCS-M T3 Background and Introduction by Mr. Simplicio P. Caluyong, CCS-M Coordinator, CCOP Technical Secretariat
    3. An update of the Global Status of CCS by Ms Jessica Morton, Global CCS Institute
    4. Communicating CCS to the Public by Ms Peta Ashworth and Dr Anne-Marie Dowd, CSIRO, Australia
    5. Presentations by Mr Jonas Helseth, Bellona Europa, Norway
    6. CO2 Geological Storage in Japan and Risk Communication by Dr Atsuko Tanaka, Geological Survey of Japan
    7. CCS-M T3 Workshop References
    8. Field Work Guide - Bandung  (21 Feb 2014)


 



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