Post Paris, should we be going for CCCS = Compulsory Carbon Capture and Storage? Part 3

Today as we celebrate World Earth Day 2016 and leaders head to New York to sign the Paris Climate Agreement at UN Head Quarters we publish the last part of a three-part interview by Shayne MacLachlan of the OECD Environment Directorate with Kamel Ben Naceur, Director of Sustainability, Technology and Outlooks at the IEA SMacL: […]

Post Paris, should we be going for CCCS = Compulsory Carbon Capture and Storage? Part 2

Today we publish the second part of a three-part interview by Shayne MacLachlan of the OECD Environment Directorate with Kamel Ben Naceur, Director of Sustainability, Technology and Outlooks at the IEA SMacL: I’d like to know more about the assertion that CCS is the only known technology that can reduce CO2 emissions from various industrial activities, such […]

Post Paris, should we be going for CCCS = Compulsory Carbon Capture and Storage?

Shayne MacLachlan, OECD Environment Directorate You may have seen the film called “Tomorrow”, or under the non-translated title “Demain”, popping up in cinemas all over the place. It’s a French documentary focussing on positive action in 10 countries, showcasing concrete examples in agriculture, energy and education that aim to address our current environmental decline. It’s […]