Digital communications; status and potential applications for CCUS public outreach

The use of digital communications has created a fundamental shift in how information is distributed and consumed. Digital communications hold possibilities for cost-effectively engaging larger numbers of stakeholders while promoting better public understanding of science. This paper evaluates the st... Full description

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doi: 10.1016/j.egypro.2014.11.742
Authors:Wade, S.; Cather, M.; Cumming, L.; Daly, D.; Garrett, G.; Greenberg, S.; Myhre, R.; Stone, M.; Tollefson, L.
Volume Title:Greenhouse gas control technologies conference 12
Volume Authors:Dixon, T., editor
Source:Energy Procedia, Vol.63, p.7070-7086; Greenhouse gas control technologies conference 12, Austin, TX, Oct. 5-9, 2014, edited by T. Dixon, H. Herzog and S. Twinning. Publisher: Elsevier, International. ISSN: 1876-6102
Publication Date:2014
Note:In English. 35 refs.; illus., incl. 1 table
Subjects:Best management practices; Carbon dioxide; Carbon sequestration; Computer programs; Data processing; Enhanced recovery; Petroleum engineering; Public awareness; Saline composition
Record ID:2020050493
Copyright Information:GeoRef, Copyright 2020 American Geosciences Institute.
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The use of digital communications has created a fundamental shift in how information is distributed and consumed. Digital communications hold possibilities for cost-effectively engaging larger numbers of stakeholders while promoting better public understanding of science. This paper evaluates the status of digital communication use for CCUS and explores its potential to improve the outreach efforts of the Regional Carbon Sequestration Partnerships. The paper includes a background on digital communication tools, a benchmark assessment of current use by the RCSPs and other carbon sequestration websites, a brief literature review examining the rationale for digital outreach, best practices, evaluation, and special considerations.