11E Communication and Attitudes Towards CCS

  1. A global big data assessment of public attitudes towards CCS through the media: 
    Kalev H Leetaru, Georgetown University; Hannes E Leetaru, Illinois State University
  2. Digital communications: Status and potential applications for CCS/CCUS public engagement:
    Sarah Wade, Wade LLC/RCSP Outreach Working Group; Martha Cather, SWP; Lydia Cumming, Battelle/MRCSP; Dan Daly Plains CO2 Reduction partnership; Gary Garrett, SSEB/SECARB; Sallie greenberg, ISGS/MGSC; Rich Myhre, BKI/WESDTCARB; Lindsey Tollefson, Montana State University/Big Sky Partnership

  3. A survey of public perception of CCUS in China: 
    Qi Li, Zheng-Ao Chen, Guizhen Liu, Chinese Academy of Sciences; Lan-Cui Liu, Chinese Academy of Environemntal Planning, Ministry of Environmental Protection of the People's Republic of China; Xian Zhang, Li Jia, ACCA 21 and Ministry of Science and Technology of the People's Repubic of China
  4. South West Hub Community Engagement: a case study: 
    Martin Burke, West Australian Department of Mines and Petroleum; Linda Stalker, CSIRO

  5. Can we treat CO2 well blowouts like routine plumbing problems? A study of the incidence, impact, and perception of loss of well control:
    Sean Porse, Susan Hovorka, The University of Texas at Austin; Sarah Wade, Wade LLC
  • Tuesday, 21 July 2015