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Industrial Carbon Management: Crosscutting Scientific, Technical & Policy Implications

AGCI Elements of Change Report
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Industrial Carbon Management (ICM) refers to the array of technologies that enable the combustion of fossil fuels while substantially reducing or eliminating carbon emissions. Although there is a great deal of technical understanding on this subject, knowledge is isolated within a small group of technologists and little is understood about the effects of these technologies on public policy. As part of AGCIÕs ongoing Elements of Change series, this report summarizes discussions that took place on this topic at an AGCI meeting in 2000. Within the report is a brief review of ICM technologies, an analysis of their role in mitigating CO2 emissions, and a discussion of the challenges ICM poses to public policy.

Tags: 
  • energy
  • carbon management
  • policy
  • mitigation
  • reengineering
  • technology

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