Clair Gough, Mirjam Röder and Nem Vaughan co-authored a paper with Tyndall Centre colleagues published in Global Sustainability on the six key challenges to using BECCS as a keystone technology in pursuit of 1.5C.
Clair Gough and Nem Vaughan along with Tyndall Manchester colleague Sarah Mander published a guest blog on Carbon Brief discussing the six key policy challenges for BECCS. The blog is based on a paper written with colleagues published in Global Sustainability in June.
Clair Gough is the lead editor and Nem Vaughan a co-editor of new book by Wiley. In ‘Biomass Energy with Carbon Capture and Storage (BECCS): unlocking negative emissions’ leading experts from bioenergy and CCS are brought together to explore BECCS from a range of perspectives. Available here.