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At a time when Alberta is undertaking consultations for a renewed climate change strategy, the Pembina Institute will convene the 2015 Alberta Climate Summit to showcase the latest thinking on climate policy from a variety of stakeholders. The 2015 Alberta Climate Summit will feature speakers from the Government of Alberta, industry and civil society in a variety of engaging formats to provide a rich, informative conversation during the height of the province’s climate change consultation process. Part of the event…Find out more »
This conference will give updates on the European biomass market, and its new developments, as well as focusing on sustainability and commodity challenges.Find out more »
This conference is aimed at bringing together interested parties from around the world to exchange ideas on energy production, including mining, oil, and gas production and electrical power generation, and the impacts on the environment and society.Find out more »
Alberta’s Green Energy Doors Open 2015 (GEDO 2015) is an annual, single-day, province-wide showcase providing you with access to Decentralised Energy (DE) projects, businesses, manufacturing sites, education programs and other related initiatives.Find out more »
This CO2lloquium will feature two presentations: 1) British Geological Survey near-surface gas monitoring for CO2 storage and other energy-related projects by Dr David Jones, British Geological Survey, and 2) InSAR Everywhere: Monitoring Land Motion in Rural Areas and Implications for Shale Gas Regulation by Dr Andy Sowter, University of NottinghamFind out more »
If you are looking for a comprehensive progress update on the global CO2 utilisation industry, including a growth outlook and updates on the latest technological advancements, then look no further.Find out more »
Can OpenStreetMap as citizen science software that engages the global community, be used as a mechanism to communicate the impacts of climate change? If so, can its contribution to disaster preparedness, increase the adaptability of vulnerable communities?
Courtney’s conceptual framework includes defining climate change, vulnerability, adaptation, disaster and risk preparation and response, as well as citizen science. The natural disasters she places focus on are climate induced, specifically tropical cyclones and storm surges. She also has a case study review to support the methodology of her research proposal.Find out more »
Canada’s pre-eminent gathering where customers and suppliers can discuss ways to improve the overall effectiveness of the Canadian Energy Supply Chain and ensure that supply will continue meet the demands of Canada’s energy producers.Find out more »
The 21st World Hydrogen Energy Conference will take place in Zaragoza (Spain) from June 13th to 16th, 2016, organized by the Spanish Hydrogen Association (AeH2), under the auspices of the International Association for Hydrogen Energy (IAHE), and with the special collaboration of the Foundation for the Development of New Hydrogen Technologies in Aragon.
The Spanish Hydrogen Association (AeH2) is honored to invite all international stakeholders on hydrogen and fuel cells technologies and subjects relating to hydrogen production, storage, transport and end uses to participate in WHEC 2016. For this purpose we issue this CALL FOR ABSTRACTS.Find out more »
The talk will focus on pyrolysis and other chemical methods of separating hydrogen from fossil carbons (Atlantic Hydrogen example) and leaving behind solid carbon for beneficial use. The point of the talk is to further strengthen the need for further research and development into the separation of, and capture of Carbon from fossil carbons to create a sustainable (pre-nueclear age) energy system of the future.Find out more »