Science Capital requests input as we move to “plan B” on global energy. The International Energy Agency is warning that we are looking down the barrel of a 6C rise in world temperatures, and governments are dithering on carbon reduction targets prior to Rio+20.

Earlier discussions

The future energy landscape was surveyed during strategic discussions in Westminster led by ESTA (www.esta.org.uk) and during an open discussion with CEOs, government leaders and world experts looked for convergence in advance of Rio+20, www.basd2012.org. 

The next event  

A Low Carbon Meeting will be held at Maple House, Corporation Street Birmingham, on June 13, to explore the latest developments in solar, biomass and wind energy systems from Aston, Birmingham and Warwick universities and E.ON at a moment when the UK government has gone eerily quiet.

Information about speakers here.

All are welcome to join in. Register at www.sciencecapital.co.uk/2012-low-carbon/

Michael Overduin
CEO, Science Capital

Science Capital is a non-profit which brings together research, business and investment leaders to focus on major challenges and winner of the 2012 Local Business Accelerators Competition and British Science Association NSEW Engineering Award Finalist.

For more information please visit www.sciencecapital.co.uk.

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