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Climate change has been widely considered to be the major issue in the future, which threats human survival and development. To reduce the emission of CO2 caused by human activity has become the consensus of the international community. CO2 capture and storage (CCS) technology is considered as a technology that is most likely to achieve large-scale reduction of CO2 emission in the future. However, in the Yangtze River Delta region leading by Shanghai, CCS development experiences a serious shortage, due to the lack of relevant platform to incent CCS innovation and industry development. This not only affects the ability of Shanghai and the Yangtze River Delta region to respond the climate change, but also influences the CCS in the project demonstration and deployment in China, and even the whole country’s ability to cope with the overall climate change. There is an urgent requirement to strengthen the ability of the Shanghai and Yangtze River Delta to build CCS network.
Carbon capture and storage, CCS, PRC, China, Greenhouse gas emissions, Applied Theories on Machines,External Force, Mechanism, Mechanical Properties, Fluid Bodies, Thermodynamics methods, Human-Machine-Interfaces, Robotics methods, Mechatronics, Mechanical Systems, Machine