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Improving Public Acceptance of Carbon Capture and Storage(CCS) in China
Wang, Meng1,2; Wang, Shuai1,2; Sun, Yan1,2; Li, Yang3
Conference Name2019 International Conference on Civil Engineering, Environment Resources and Energy Materials
Source PublicationArchitectural Environment and Public Safety
Conference DateSeptember 20, 2019 - September 22, 2019
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Carbon Capture and Storage(CCS) refers to a set of technologies that can be installed for the reduction of carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions in power generation and industrial processes. CCS is a priority option for China to combat climate change, but its public acceptance remains a bottleneck for its promotion. This study explored the influences of social norm effects and framing effects on improving CCS public acceptance in China. A randomized control trial (RCT) experiment of 2 (with vs. without social norms) 2 (gain vs. loss frames ) was conducted in an online survey. The results revealed that social normative information exerted significant effects on improving participants' CCS acceptance level, whereas framed information had no salient influences on participants' attitudes. The advantages of social norms are inspiring and recommendable for China's CCS public communication strategies.

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Affiliation1.Key Laboratory of Behavioral Science, Institute of Psychology, Chinese Academy of Sciences
2.School of Business, Beijing Technology and Business University
3.Department of Psychology, University of Chinese Academy of Sciences
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Wang, Meng,Wang, Shuai,Sun, Yan,et al. Improving Public Acceptance of Carbon Capture and Storage(CCS) in China[C],2019.
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