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Introduction to Climate Technologies for Mitigation: The role of climate technologies in reducing greenhouse gas emissions across sectors


Date and time:
Wed, 04/08/2015 - 12:00 - Wed, 04/08/2015 - 13:30 Europe/Copenhagen
CO2 mitigation

What can climate technologies do across all sectors to reduce greenhouse gas emissions that cause climate change?

Welcome to our fifth webinar in our new series. Join our CTCN Consortium Partner Energy research Centre of the Netherlands (ECN) for this introductory webinar on climate technologies for mitigation.  Learn more about technology options across sectors, including energy, transport, agriculture, forestry, and industry. Find out how mitigation technologies can be applied in transforming energy supply systems, how we design our built environments for human settlements, in industrial uses, and in managing and changing our land use.  The webinar also touches upon costs, benefits and policy options that can be used to encourage uptake of mitigation technologies to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and accelerate sustainable development.

About the presenters

The three presenters featured in this webinar from CTCN Consortium Partner ECN are Donald Pols, Lachlan Cameron and Natalie Harms.  Mr. Donald Pols is the Senior Manager of the Global Sustainability group within the Policy Studies team at ECN. He brings more than 15 years of experience working on climate and environment issues in Africa, Asia and Europe.  Mr. Lachlan Cameron is a policy advisor and technical analyst at ECN specializing in international climate and energy policy. Mr. Cameron has provided advice to governments worldwide including in Ghana, Indonesia, Kenya, Kuwait, Pakistan and Thailand. Ms. Natalie Harms specializes in developing sustainable mitigation actions in Southeast Asia focused on integrating social issues in climate and energy projects, as well as climate finance pathways.

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