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Deep decarbonisation: New strategies for net zero carbon emissions
The transition in the global economy to reach net zero emissions requires commitment and strong strategic leadership from across the political and business community. How are energy leaders developing and delivering long-term strategies to adapt? How can real deep decarbonisation be achieved without compromising inclusive energy prosperity? Moderator Eithne Treanor Energy Commentator, E Treanor Media […]
Agneta Rising, Director General of the World Nuclear Association
Agneta Rising, Director General of the World Nuclear Association, talks to us about the Harmony Programme’s goal for nuclear to provide at least 25% of electricity by 2050 as part of a clean and reliable low-carbon mix.
Mark Reddemann, CEO of Nawah Energy Company
We talk with Mark Reddemann, CEO of Nawah Energy Company, about the latest developments at the Barakah nuclear power plant in the UAE
[PODCAST] The Importance of Sustainable Urban Design | Gerard Evenden, Foster + Partners
The Importance of Sustainable Urban Design | Gerard Evenden, Executive Senior Partner – Foster + Partners Planning for energy and water efficiency is a central aspect of a sustainable urban environment. This session will provide an overview of how the different aspects of sustainability in urban environments fit together. Gerard Evenden, Executive Senior Partner – […]
[Podcast] The Impact of Climate Change on the Global Economy
Climate change is forecast to have a profound impact on macroeconomic growth and the performance of countries around the world on multiple levels. These impacts will be widespread, encompassing every aspect of future development, including food production, urbanisation and demographics. In extreme cases, it is likely to worsen socioeconomic disparities in and between countries and […]
[Podcast] Mobility Disruption Tony Seba, Silicon Valley Entrepreneur and Lecturer at Stanford University
Tony Seba, Silicon Valley entrepreneur, Author and Thought Leader, Lecturer at Stanford University, Keynote The reinvention and connection between infrastructure and mobility will fundamentally disrupt the clean transport model. It will change the way governments and consumers think about mobility, how power is delivered and consumed and the payment models for usage.