The Value of CCS Public Opinion Research
A Letter in Response to Malone Dooley and Bradbury (2010) "Moving from Misinformation Derived from Public Attitude Surveys on Carbon Dioxide Capture and Storage Towards Realistic Stakeholder Involvement"
Published in: International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control, v. 7, Letter to the Editor, Mar. 2012, p. 265-266
Posted on RAND.org on March 01, 2012
The authors discuss the merit of conducting research with both members of the general public and with populations living near proposed carbon capture and sequestration (CCS) sites, using a combination of qualitative-interview and structured-survey methodologies, both before and after providing detailed information about CCS and other low-carbon electricity generation technologies.