Technology transfer challenges

Abstract : This side event was co-organized by ParisTech, registered as RINGO (Research and Independent Non-Governmental Organization to the United Nations) through its Chair Prospective modeling for sustainable development (www.modelisation-prospective.org) and by the Association of Sustainable Ecological Engineering Development (ASEED). It aimed to highlight and analyze the issues and the complexity of the planning of low carbon power systems in Mediterranean and African countries and in the Middle East. Experts discussed how this region envisages the future of their energy and conservation systems, in the Paris Agreement context. Lessons from modeling exercises and technological innovations illustrated the debate about climate policies, regional integration, energy resources, and the valuation of the ecosystemic services. This analysis focused on technology transfer challenges.
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Edi Assoumou, Sandrine Selosse. Technology transfer challenges. Un climate Change Conference 2016 - COP22/CMP12/CMA1, Nov 2016, Marrakech, Morocco. ⟨hal-01445736⟩

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