Professor Peter Newell outlines importance of binding emissions deal for business community at 2012 Low Carbon Energy for Development Network (LCEDN) meeting in Brighton
Professor Gordon MacKerron tells RTCC atomic energy is too expensive and politically difficult to meet world’s energy needs
Binoy Choudary, from the Indian Institute of Social Welfare and Business Management warns RTCC that while India must continue to develop it should not do so at the expense of the environment.
Rob Byrne from the Sussex Energy Group spoke to RTCC about the need to not only transfer the technology for the low carbon transition but also to make sure the skills base is in place in local communities.
Professor Eli Jidere Bala from the Energy Commission in Nigeria spoke to RTCC about the country’s potential for renewable energy, and the role the private sector will have in making it a reality.
Iván Azurdia Bravo from the Guatemalan non-profit Rijatzul Q’ij talks to RTCC about the need to consider both modern technology and traditional skills and values when adopting climate resilience projects in Central and Southern America.
Speaking at the first conference of the Low Carbon Energy for Development Network, Practical Action’s Ewan Bloomfield talks about the importance of having the community at the heart of them.
Speaking at the first conference of the Low Carbon Energy for Development Network, Ed Brown, the network’s Co-coordinator warns that the UK must break away from technological determinism.
Scientists, engineers and researchers in the clean energy and development sectors say that successful low carbon projects in the developing world must have communities at their heart.