D6.6 Improving the societal embeddedness of geo-energy projects: added value of a participatory monitoring approach
There are three ways in which monitoring systems of geo-energy projects can be made more participatory: by changing the what, how and who in a participatory monitoring design. To identify what local residents deem important about complex and large-scale geo-energy projects and what they would like to see monitored, in this study a value-based approach is used. We analyzed which distributive, environmental and procedural values are at stake in four case studies (Netherlands, Norway and Poland and in the United Kingdom). This report shows the overarching building blocks for designing participatory monitoring systems in order to better embed geo-energy projects in their societal context.
Online e‐resources for training and school children in STEM on environmental monitoring for shale gas - Global Warming Lecture Series: CO2 storage risk and leakage time
Dr Bagus Muljadi of the University of Nottingham narrates the second video produced as part of SECURe's knowledge exchange activities in WP6.
Online e‐resources for training and school children in STEM on environmental monitoring for shale gas - Global Warming Lecture Series: Porosity and Permeability
Dr Bagus Muljadi of the University of Nottingham narrates the first of two videos produced as part of SECURe's knowledge exchange activities in WP6.
D6.5 Training software and dataset
This report presents the software and data used for a training programme for researchers and students focusing on the analysis of induced seismicity. The training is done using the non-commercial software package, SeisAn, which has been revised during the SECURe project in order to improve the linking of handling of metadata to the parametric data catalogue. The data used for the training is typical of data collections one could expect to face during a monitoring programme for induced seismicity.
Online e‐resources for training and school children in STEM on environmental monitoring for shale gas (D6.4)
Disseminating research to a wider audience and the organisation of training activities is an important part of scientific research. New opportunities and media can now be used in addition to more traditional means of dissemination, such as workshops. Here, the SECURe project has produced two videos to complement school curricula (for ages 15+) on the topic of environmental monitoring for shale gas / CCS operations.
Workshop: Towards Tailor Made Participatory Monitoring Programs (SECURe Report D6.2)
This report gives an overview of a workshop held 4-5 March in The Hague that introduced a framework for participatory monitoring and accompanying guidance on how the framework could be used in real practice.
Overview report of ethical issues associated with CCS and with Shale Gas R&D (SECURe Report D6.1)
This overview report of ethical and social issues associated with carbon dioxide (CO2) capture and storage (CCS) and with Shale Gas R&D is divided into two chapters that summarise the ethical and social issues raised in CCS and shale gas respectively, with comparison drawn out in the final chapter. This report improves the understanding of shale gas and CCS perceptions of stakeholders and local residents, and is useful when considering how to communicate complex scientific and technical material with the public.