Think tank

The Global CCS Institute works collaboratively to build and share the expertise necessary to ensure that carbon capture and storage (CCS) can make a significant impact on reducing the world's greenhouse gas emissions. The Institute is an independent not-for-profit entity, owned by its Members. The Institute has built a collaborative international Membership, bringing together a unique partnership of more than 300 government, industry, non-government bodies and research organisations from around the world who are interested in advancing CCS.


Contact details

Website: www.globalccsinstitute.com/
Address: PO Box 23335, Docklands VIC 8012, Australia
Contact email: info AT globalccsinstitute.com

Areas of focus

Where they work:
Australia and international
Operating languages:
English, Japanese, Chinese

Organisational details

Business model:
Business
Institutional affiliations:
Government
Year founded:
2009
Age (years):
Founded by:
Founder(s): Australian Government
Leadership:
Current leader(s): Brad Page
Current leader's (or leaders') gender: Male
Staff size (2016):

Organisational performance

Publications:
Number of publications (2015):

Data notes

Rating of data accuracy (find out more): OTT reviewed
Data sources consulted: Think tank list


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