• Thursday 12 December – Carbon Capture & Sequestration: an update

    Thursday, 12 December 2019 20:00-22:00, Pangbourne Village Hall, Station Road, Pangbourne RG8 7DY.

    Talk – Carbon Capture and Sequestration: An Update by Suzie Ferguson
    Followed by a Sustainable Christmas Gathering

3 responsesso far.

  1. Robert Christopher says:

    I couldn’t figure be a general email address, so here is my correspondence:
    I have found an academic paper describing how Britain can attain Zero Emissions by 2050. The authors have requested feedback, and I would like some too:


  2. Robert Christopher says:

    It should read:
    I couldn’t find a general email address, so …

    But I couldn’t page back.

  3. Robert Christopher says:

    As your aim is to ‘[r]educe community carbon footprint’, including the use of Carbon Capture and Storage, you will be interested in this document: it is a collaboration between the universities of Cambridge, Oxford, Bath, Nottingham, and Imperial College London.


    There is a report to download, as well as a summary on the link above.

    The paper is an initial Technical Specification designed to allow Britain to stay within the law, as specified by the ‘Zero Emissions by 2050 legislation’.

    The authors state:
    “We are funded by EPSRC. The Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council is the main funding body for engineering and physical sciences research in the UK. By investing and postgraduate training, we are building the knowledge and skills needed to address the scientific and technological challenges facing the nation.”

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