My What does it mean for you?

By team, Jul 01, 2008, 00:00 2 minute reading

With more than 1,000 registered users since its re-launch mid-May, is preparing next steps to help you connect to the CO2 Community worldwide. By end-July, all members will hence be able to share news and papers, create a public profile and send messages to other members of will soon provide the tools to allow its member to use and organise their files, contribute with own publications and news, and connect to other members. Building on the 1,000 members and subscribers already registered, the platform is currently working on features and new services helping to personalize your experience.

This move is thus a response to feedback through articles, blogs, and emails demanding tools for knowledge exchange and the need to find the right individuals for product inquiries, research projects or international policy studies.


Some of the features you can expect on before August:

My A re-structured private profile will make it yet easier to keep track of all news, files, favourites, messages, and contacts stored on your private space on The new “My” space will allow you to manage all your activities on the website and get in touch with other members, being thus your hub to the world of CO2 Technology.

Share News: Soon, you will be able to share news with all visitors of You will have two options: write and publish your own article, or recommend news of interest that you found somewhere else on the web. Your shared articles will be visible on a new section of the News.

Upload Papers
: With an easy-to-use system, you will be able to upload scientific papers, standards, reports or articles in just a few moments. After a quality check by, your pdf files will be added to the papers database open for download to all registered members.

Public Profile: Present yourself to the worldwide CO2 Community by adding relevant personal and professional details to a new public profile. Separated from your private space, this overview will allow other members to see what you are working on, in which field of CO2 Technology you are interested in, and where you need help.

Find & Add Contacts: Build your own contact database of individuals that could help you advance your research project, product development or career. An integrated members search and internal messaging system will make it easy for all registered members to connect to like-minded users of


By team (@r744)

Jul 01, 2008, 00:00

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