SCCS Director, Stuart Haszledine, and Mathieu Lucquiaud, Professor of Clean Energy with Carbon Capture and Storage at The University of Sheffield, were interviewed for a feature on the use of carbon capture, utilisation and storage (CCUS) technologies to tackle climate change.
They discuss with Samuel Gregory-Manning from the European Science Media Hub the need for geological storage of carbon dioxide to reduce and recapture emissions, its current status and viability.
Haszledine and Lucquiaud acknowledge the scepticism that CCS technologies face and call for greater awareness of the value of CCS, highlighting the urgency of political and policy support to scale up deployment and avoid the worst outcomes of climate change.
Read the feature here
Interview with Prof. Stuart Haszledine here
Interview with Prof. Mathieu Lucquiaud here
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