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(Jan2010 newsletter) This month on Comment:Visions: science and industry

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This month Comment:Visions addresses the issue of science and industry. The climate change conference in Copenhagen ended without a binding global agreement on curbing greenhouse gas emissions. So is it business to the rescue?

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(Jan2010 newsletter) This month on Comment:Visions: science and industry

  1. 1. January 2010 This month Comment:Visions addresses the issue of science and industry. The climate change conference in Copenhagen ended without a binding global agreement on curbing greenhouse gas emissions. So is it business to the rescue? In January, watch the feature 'Managing the Atmosphere' Click here to watch the video In the Visions From section online, the following discussion topic is taking place: Are commercial partnerships between science and industry the best way to reduce GHG emissions? Click here to join the debate On Tuesday 26 January 2010, Comment:Visions will stage a live debate about the outcomes of the COP15 conference and its implications for future EU climate and energy policy. The event will take place inside the European Parliament, in Brussels. It will be hosted by Jo Leinen MEP, chairman of the European Parliament's environment committee and leader of the EU delegation to Copenhagen and will feature Jos Delbeke, deputy- director general for environment at the European Commission, in charge of climate, as well as representatives from the Spanish presidency of the Council of the EU, business and civil society. Click here for more information and to register the event From 1-7 November 2010, the worldwide scientific online climate conference CLIMATE 2010 takes place for the third time, focusing on "Climate Change and the Sustainable Management of Water Resources". Comment:Visions is partnering with CLIMATE 2010, and the conference is being organized in cooperation with UNEP, UNESCO, WMO, IPCC, FAO and other world bodies. Be part of this worldwide climate-friendly event and use this unique opportunity to present and discuss your work with fellow researchers, practitioners, NGOs and the interested public from all around the world. Submit your abstract until 31 March 2010 at www.climate2010.net. Click here for more information and to submit your abstract Interested in commenting in our February online discussion? Then send us a written answer to the question: After COP 15, who or what will drive the push towards developing clean energy? If you need any further information regarding the project click here and a member of the Comment:Visions team will contact you. We look forward to hearing from you. Yours sincerely, Partnerships We are proud to announce that we are media partner of: Platts 4th Annual European Carbon Capture and Storage conference (23-24 February in London) World Biofuels Markets 2010 (15-17 March in Amsterdam) CLIMATE 2010 online conference (1-7 November)

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