Eu climate comissioner speaks ahead of pif- tical symposium on clean energy
The panel, entitled Renewable Sources of Energy: Policies and Economics, will take place over several days at the University of Guelph, hosted by the Conference de Renewable Intensification et de Propriété.
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There are six panels on renewables on Wednesday. The first will focus on reducing energy use and carbon emissions for Canada and the world. The second will take a global approach to energy실시간 바카라 policy and a global perspective. The third will examine the carbon footprint of energy and how it impacts future generations. The fourth 에볼루션 카지노panel will examine the policy and policy-making environment around renewable energy. And the fifth panel will assess the economic case for renewable energy and why renewables are needed to meet our growing energy needs. The meeting was co-chaired by the president of the University of Guelph, Dr. Brianne Desjardins, former deputy minister of Energy and Mines, and environmental consultant Ken O’Rourke.
The panel will also address Canada’s carbon reduction commitments, particularly its target for reducing emissions from its largest source of fossil fuel use – electricity generation.
The panel will look at options to achieve the goal of reducing our current GHG emissions by 25 per cent from 200SM 카지노۰ levels by 2025.
“Achieving the 25 per cent target is a challenge for all countries, but this was the goal we set in our Paris Accord,” said Greg McKenna, president of Environment Canada. “It’s an issue that’s now reaching a stage where we need to be looking at the science on how it could be done, and whether or not we’re going to have that level of ambition. But we think we’re on the cusp of something, particularly the Paris agreement. And as I pointed out on our panel, we’re at the very beginning of the journey that we need to be on in terms of the transition.”
The panel will review the most significant changes in climate science, technology and policies on how governments can meet their international climate commitments. The discussion will also consider the best ways to adapt to climate change.
Environmental policy will also be looked at, with panelists including former Environment Canada CEO, Dr. Lawrence Smith, and former Federal Environment Minister, Peter MacKay, among others.
The panel will conclude by launching an event dedicated to the global community to engage in dialogue on climate change that will take place in the spring.
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