Clean Growth Strategy
Clean Growth Strategy: Making It Happen
Format: An academic deep dive session followed by an executive insights dinner with keynote
Date: 8 May 2018
A showcase took place of early stage climate mitigation technologies, in the yearly IBP discussion on climate change, in collaboration with the Grantham Institute for Climate Change and the Environment and Energy Futures Lab at Imperial College London.
In recent decades, issues of sustainability have successfully transitioned from peripheral interests to central strategic concerns. This event discussed the next steps of translating policy to industrial practice, with a showcase of early stage climate mitigation technologies, in the yearly IBPdiscussion on climate change.
See Imperial research on Next-generation climate mitigation technologies. This infographic shows 18 technologies that all have the potential to make significant contributions to reducing greenhouse gas emissions, and are at the earliest stages of development. The event discussed a selection of these technologies.
Juliet Davenport OBE (Founder and CEO, Good Energy) - Keynote speaker
Professor Nigel Brandon OBE FREng - Innovations in energy storage
Professor James Durrant - Next generation in PV technologies
Dr Clementine Chambon - Bio-refining processes and rural electrification
Professor Klaus Hellgardt - Decarbonisation technologies
Dr Iain Macdonald - Putting CO2 in its place
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