30 November 2012
London, United Kingdom

Using the Global Energy Assessment: Towards a Sustainable Energy Policy

GEA authors joined UK energy experts and policymakers in London to discuss findings from GEA and how those findings can inform policy within the UK and beyond.

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IIASA energy researchers, UK energy experts, and decision makers discussed the findings of the report and explore how these results can inform decisions on energy policy and investments in technologies for sustainable energy pathways, within the UK and beyond.

The Global Energy Assessment, the first fully integrated assessment of the global energy system, analyses the elements and opportunities for meeting many of the global challenges related to energy. It also offers a suite of pathways towards possible solutions that can meet needs for global energy access within the constraints of climate and environmental targets. 

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This event was co-organized by IIASA and Chatham House. For more information please contact Maggie Goud Collins

Time & Date: 15:00-18:00
30 November, 2012

Agenda (PDF)

Location
The Royal Institute of International Affairs
Chatham House, 10 St James's Square
London SW1Y 4LE

MEDIA

Media were invited to attend the workshop. A special press briefing was held prior to the event, from 13:00 to 14:00 at the Royal Society.

During the GEA authors and reviewers provided a briefing on the report and its relevance for UK decision makers, and also respond to questions from journalists. The press briefing will include:

  • Ged Davis, GEA co-president and prior manager of the World Economic Forum
  • Nebojsa Nakicenovic, IIASA Deputy Director, Professor at the Vienna University of Technology, and GEA Director
  •  Jim Skea, UK Energy Research Center Research Director and GEA reviewer

For more information or to attend, please contact Estelle Rouhad at Chatham House.





 


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