WISIONS of Sustainability
The main objective of WISIONS is to make clean energy a default solution for basic energy needs in developing regions, by helping local partners to identify successes and bring them to scale through regional networks, marketing and demonstration. Read more about WISIONS activities, goals and background.
8th LCS-RNet Annual Meeting in Wuppertal, Germany
News from WISIONS posted on September 5th, 2016
The 2016 annual meeting is of particular importance in the context of the follow-up to the COP21 in Paris, as well as the G7 meeting in Elmau, G7 EMM in Toyama and in the preparation process for the IPCC’s AR6. It will contribute to setting the global transformation agenda towards full decarbonisation and particularly discuss the future role of science.
The meeting will address:
- How to trigger the non-linear transformation towards full decarbonisation (by2050) as targeted by G7 (Elmau) COP21 (Paris) and G7EMM (Toyama)
- How a “new deal” for green growth could be designed and achieved
- How to explore and exploit the synergies between the Sustainable Development Goals and low carbon societies
- The new role of science in the context of the SDGs and climate policy after Paris
The LCS-RNet (Low Carbon Society Research Network) was established in 2008 by the G8 Conference of Environmental Ministers and comprises independent scientific institutions, whereby Germany is represented by the Wuppertal Institute. The network aims at generating recommendations for the development towards a low-carbon society as well as supporting the exchange between industrial and emerging countries.
Meet the WISIONS team at the REN21 Renewables Academy 2014
News from WISIONS posted on October 14th, 2014
The REN21 Renewables Academy 2014 will take stock of the renewable energy developments over the past decade and debate how the global energy transition with renewables can be further advanced. Come network, exchange experiences and debate how to overcome challenges in an informal setting.
You can meet the WISIONS team on Tuesday, 11 November 2014.
To read more about the event, please follow this link.