climate action

Post date: 7 Dec 2009
Type: News

Her speech included also the following words: "For a long time, Copenhagen was the name of a distant deadline. Next year, next COP, next month… But now it is now! Ladies and Gentlemen, welcome to the Danish capital! After 'B' for Bonn, Bangkok, and Barcelona the turn has come to 'C'. C for Copenhagen. But also C for Constructiveness, C for Cooperation, and hopefully in the end C for Commitment and Consensus!
Post date: 7 Dec 2009
Type: News

The obligations on municipalities and cities around the world to lower their CO2 and to increase their energy efficiency while still maintaining reliability are increasingly pressing; however, district energy is proving to be a solution to this thorny dilemma. District energy can play a key role in building smart, self-sustainable cities. Urban areas are home to the majority of the world’s citizens, meaning that the fight against climate change will be either won or lost in cities.
Post date: 13 Nov 2009
Type: News

According to Ms. Birbili, a new draft law for Renewable Energy Sources has already been prepared and will be put out on public consultation in November. The new draft law focuses on:
Post date: 9 Nov 2009
Type: News

The last two years have seen an historic shift in the global climate, in the economy and in the balance of politics. Major industrial and financial touchstones such as the car, insurance and banking industries have in parts collapsed. The rate of climate change, and lack of effective actions so far to combat it, are now driving stringent ghg emissions targets as never before. New industries will grow to meet society’s changing needs to adapt to, and mitigate against, climate change.
Post date: 8 Oct 2009
Type: News

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Post date: 17 Sep 2009
Type: Event

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Post date: 11 Sep 2009
Type: Event

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Post date: 9 Jun 2009
Type: Event

Post date: 4 Jun 2009
Type: News