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.
Diarmaid Clery joins the FAB-GGR team at the University of East Anglia to work on the second stakeholder workshop and our policy brief outputs. Diarmaid has submitted his PhD in chemistry and engineering at the University of Leeds where he worked on the impact of biomass combustion on amine sorbents.
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.