On 4 December 2013 a special Global CCS Institute webinar was held where Laurent Jammes from Actys-BEE and Philippe Vervier from Acceptables Avenirs presented “findings and insights” from the ULCOS …
On 4 December 2013 a special Global CCS Institute webinar was held where Laurent Jammes from Actys-BEE and Philippe Vervier from Acceptables Avenirs presented “findings and insights” from the ULCOS Study: http://www.globalccsinstitute.com/publications/social-site-characterisation-stakeholder-management
Since the early work of Sarah Wade and Sally Greenberg, comprehensive social site characterisation and stakeholder identification and analysis have been recognised as fundamental components of any successful CCS stakeholder engagement strategy.
To bring these critical concepts to life for CCS project developers, the Institute supported two of France’s leading public engagement specialists to perform and record each of the key stages of a social site characterisation and prepare a stakeholder engagement process plan to an actual CCS project - the ULCOS Blast Furnace CCS project in Lorraine, France.
The final report comprised four detailed case studies capturing all the processes and tools used to manage the following key public engagement processes:
stakeholder identification and mapping
issues identification and materiality analysis
design and evaluation of the project stakeholder engagement plan.
During this webinar, the report authors, Laurent Jammes, COO at Actys-BEE, and Philippe Vervier, CEO Acceptables Avenirs, introduced the key findings from the case study work and took questions on the processes and techniques used to achieve a comprehensive social site characterisation and create a successful stakeholder engagement strategy.