Environment and social acceptance

How is public acceptance affected by CDRmare, CCS experiments and knowledge transfer?

AIMS3 is trying to establish social science measures and modern investigation methods to unravel the broader perspective of how CCS methods gain acceptance, with a focus on the German public. This will consist of both broad-based online surveys to gain a picture on a representative sample of the German population as well as more targeted formats to capture detailed insights into the perspectives of population located nearby potential application spots. For example, within the format of Citizen’s Jury Workshops an in-depth understanding of conflicting goals and underlying attitudes will be generated.

An octopus approaches a coral grown on basalt fragments in a water depth of 900 metres at the Mid-Atlantic Ridge, recorded with the diving robot MARUM-QUEST during expedition M128 (Photo: MARUM, University of Bremen)