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Public preferences to CCS: How does it change across countries?
Einsiedel, E.; Ashworth, P.; Howell, R.; Brunsting, S.; Boughen, N.; Boyd, A.; Shackley, S.; Bree, B. van; Jeanneret, T.; Stenner, K.; Medlock, J.; Mabon, L.; Feenstra, C.F.J.; Hekkenberg, M.
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ECN Policy Studies 1-12-2012
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ECN-M--12-081 Conference Paper
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The aim of this research was to extend an Australian developed large group process which proved effective in engaging the general public on issues related to climate change, energy technologies, and the overall shift towards a low carbon society. The results from Australia, the Netherlands, Canada and Scotland found that in each of the geographic locations the context varied, and participants reported different experiences and understanding of each topic. This paper explores how context may have impacted on the results, the differences that arise and discusses the implications for policy makers and research developers.

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