I started my PhD in 2007 so my scientific career is just two years short of the age of SCCS. Wow. Time flies! In this blog post, I’d like to reflect on the evolution of carbon capture and storage (CCS) over those 15 years from my personal perspective.
The UK Government has today announced its new Industrial Decarbonisation Strategy, with £171 million awarded to nine projects that aim to deliver net-zero ambitions in Scotland, Wales and England.
SCCS reminisces with partnership founder and CCS pioneer, Professor Adrian Todd. By Virginia Marsh
No one was more delighted than Adrian Todd when Boris Johnson made carbon capture and storage (CCS) a key area for investment in his £12bn 10-point plan for a green industrial revolution last November.
I have been thinking a lot about leadership recently as I’ve just joined Team 6 of Homeward Bound, a global initiative, which aims to heighten the influence and impact of women in making decisions that shape our planet.
To celebrate 15 years of SCCS, each member of the team has written a blog. Now it's my turn and I want to talk about my experience over the past six years and reflect on how the team has adapted to changes.