A distinct air of positivity as well as a sense of urgency marked yesterday's gathering of carbon capture and storage experts at the SCCS Annual Conference in Edinburgh. The event brought together representatives from industry, government, NGOs and academia to push for CCS as a key priority in Europe's future energy and climate plans, with a focus on the North Sea as a catalyst for deploying the technology at any significant scale.
A report based on the conference's content and conclusions will be published in early January. In the meantime, you can get a flavour of the talks and discussions in this round-up of social media activity from the day.
Our thanks to Lauren Noakes, British Geological Survey, for compiling this record.
RT @Haszeldine: Negative emissions meeting in Gothenburg stats with James Hansen. Live feed https://t.co/2PLQP31cMw @chalmersEnergy #negCO2…
CCS jobs! @HWU_RCCS has two exciting new Assistant Professor posts in low-carbon processes. Closing date 20 June.… https://t.co/kiofNhxjP0