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All-Island Climate and Biodiversity Research Network

The Bryden Centre is proud to be part of the new All-Island Climate and Biodiversity Research Network (AICBRN). This major initiative brings together leading research centre across the whole island of Ireland to tackle the climate and biodiversity emergency where a trans-national approach is essential. Researchers from all the centres across the network have come together to work with national, regional and local governments, communities and industry to effectively deliver solutions to climate, biodiversity and social challenges caused by global warming. We will be investigating: Clean energy solutions and how to economically implement these to achieve a socially just transition away from fo

Carbon Capture Utilisation and Storage (CCUS) in Northern Ireland

The Bryden Centre is undertaking a study for the Department for the Economy in NI to determine business and public sector views on the need and practical approaches for Carbon Capture Utilisation and Storage (CCUS) in Northern Ireland. This aims to find out if CCUS could be widely used in Northern Ireland and if it could be adopted by moderate emitters of CO2 such as organisations with large gas/biomass/oil boilers or CHP plant. We would like to understand what will drive CCUS adoption and which technologies may be used. To Take part click here:

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