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Citizen participation: promoting or prohibiting a green recovery and just transition?

The panel discussion contributes to the theme: Consumers & energy publics: public attitudes and acceptance, social movements, workers, civil society organizatio...

Climate Change Scenarios

Prof Jim Skea,   IPPC IPCC Special Report on Global warming of 1.5°C

Energy Barometer 2016

Deane Somerville, Knowledge Team Manager, Energy Institute The 2016 Energy Barometer Report captures insights from UK energy professionals and enables them to ...

The path to 2050: spending wisely on preparedness ?

Mr George Day, Energy Technologies Institute   Overview   The Energy Technologies Institute’s peer-reviewed model of the UK’s national energy ...

Transition to a Low Carbon Energy System and Energy Security- Synergies and Conflicts

Dr Bengt Johansson, FOI Daniel K Jonsson, FOI André Månsson, Environmental and Energy Systems Studies, Lund University Lars J Nilsson, Environmental and En...

Innovation in the energy sector: advancing or frustrating climate policy goals?

Dr Matthew Hannon, Imperial College London Aidan Rhodes, Imperial College London Matthew Hannon, Imperial College London   The energy sector is...

Climate Policy in Crisis. The Issues

Dr John Rhys, Oxford Institute for Energy Studies This paper/presentation draws extensively on the presentations and discussions in the 2013 and 2014 series ...

Global Climate Change Mitigation: Burden Sharing

Dr Gabrial Anandarajah, UCL Energy Institute Christophe McGlade, UCL Institute for Sustainable Resources Olivier Dessens, UCL Energy Institute Although...

Cumulative Carbon Emissions and Climate Change

Dr John Rhys, Oxford Institute for Energy Studies Carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions are essentially cumulative in the earth's atmosphere.  The thesis of this pap...

Carbon Taxation if Liquefied Coal will (not) Substitute Oil and Gas

Mr Florian Habermacher, Inst. of Intl. and Applied Econ. Research, Uni. of St.Gallen Current and conceivable near-term climate protection measures are regional...

The Economics of CO2 Sequestration through Enhanced Oil Recovery

Professor Charles Mason, University of Wyoming The process of injecting CO2 into mature oil fields to increase oil production, enhanced oil recovery (EOR), con...

Energy Equity and Innovation in Emerging Countries

Mr Sebastián del Hoyo, University of Buenos Aires The ability to produce innovation on a large scale is one of the key factors behind the creation of a develo...
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