The Royal Society has this week published a series of briefing for policymakers on 12 science and technology areas, and we’re happy to share that our Deputy Directors, Prof Stuart Haszeldine (Storage), Prof Paul Fennel (Capture) and Dr David Reiner (Systems and policy) have contributed to Briefing Five: Carbon dioxide capture and storage: a route to net zero for power and industry. The Royal Society sought wide-ranging input from the global scientific community to produce the Climate change: science and solutions briefings ahead of the UN Climate Summit COP26 in Glasgow this year. This briefing is part of the ‘energy transitions’ area which outline priorities for research, development and deployment of technologies that will be critical to achieving net zero emissions by 2050.
Read the Royal Society CCS policy briefing here, see the list of contributors here and visit the Royal Society website to see the whole series of briefings here.
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