Colorado Carbon Capture, Utilization and Sequestration Task Force to host virtual public engagement session

Payne Institute Program Manager Laura Singer is hosting a virtual public engagement session on November 3 to review draft recommendations that address the role carbon capture could have in meeting Colorado’s climate goals.  Launched in March, the CCUS Task Force comprises members that represent government, industry, academic and nonprofit groups in Colorado. The group is developing a list of recommendations that include an inventory of existing carbon capture initiatives and a literature review as well as opportunities, resources, issues to consider and environmental justice impacts. Public input is a critical component of the recommendations development process.  October 29, 2021.