New project - CC(U)S Futures: exploring workforce imaginaries

Factory chimneys at Grangemouth in Central Scotland

Core CR&DALL member Anna Wilson, University of Glasgow, has recently launched a new project funded by the UK's EPSRC through the Industrial Decarbonisation Research and Innovation Centre. CC(U)S Futures is a collaboration between staff at the University of Glasgow, University of Stirling and University of Strathclyde. It is developing Place-Based Participatory Speculative Fiction as a tool for exploring workforce understandings of and imaginary constructions about the possible impacts on local landscapes and lives resulting from large-scale implementation of carbon capture, use and storage (CC(U)S) technologies.

This project builds on methods Anna and the team have been developing in Waste Stories and Future Archaeologies of Marine Litter.

You can read more about the new project here.


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