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  title={BEYOND ‘FOR OR AGAINST’: Environmental NGO-evaluations of CCS as a climate change solution},
  author={Olaf Corry and Hauke Riesch},
[About the book] Carbon capture and storage (CCS) has emerged rapidly as a crucial technological option for decarbonising electricity supply and mitigating climate change. Great hopes are being pinned on this new technology but it is also facing growing scepticism and criticism. This book is the first to bring together the full range of social and policy issues surrounding CCS shedding new light on this potentially vital technology and its future. The book covers many crucial topics… 
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