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Online Workshop

Ocean Governance and COVID-19 – Building resilience for marine regions

The aim of this interactive workshop is to explore possible pathways to address the effects of the COVID-19 crisis in marine regions. It will bring together actors from different marine regions to (i) discuss the socio-economic and environmental impacts of COVID-19 in marine regions, (ii) explore options for immediate responses and longer-term recovery; and (iii) discuss impacts on regional cooperation and possible consequences for ocean governance.

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Online seminar / interactive workshop

Intro to Energy Access Measurement Methodologies, the Multi-Tier Framework and Digital Tools

SDG7 aims at having universal access to affordable, reliable and sustainable modern energy by 2030. The Energy Sector Management Assistance Program (ESMAP) of The World Bank, under the SE4ALL initiative, in consultation with multiple development partners has developed the Multi-tier Framework (MTF) to monitor and evaluate energy access by following a multidimensional approach. This comprehensive framework complements the binary approach currently used to track progress toward SDG targets. The objective of the online seminar is to provide an introduction to this methodology and explore the advantages and drawbacks of the MTF approach.

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Online-Veranstaltung via Zoom, es gilt die Chatham House Regel

Arctic Marine Conservation Dialogue

Der Arctic Marine Conservation Dialogue ist ein internationaler Experten-Workshop zum Meeresschutz in der Arktis. Während des Workshops werden die Herausforderungen, denen sich die arktische Meeresumwelt derzeit gegenübersieht, diskutiert und Ideen darüber ausgetauscht, wie die arktischen Gewässer und ihre Artenvielfalt wirksam geschützt werden können.

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Webinar

CO2 carbonation as a pathway for a sustainable cement industry?

The European Green Deal is targeting to “decarbonise and modernise” energy intensive industries including the cement sector. As a major contributor to climate change, the cement industry is responsible for approx. 7% of all global anthropogenic emissions and 18% of the emissions covered by the EU Emissions Trading Scheme. Since more than half of the materials that humans use on earth are “cementitious” – including concrete, cement and other building materials – it is currently difficult to imagine a life without cement. On the contrary, an increasing use can be expected. Therefore, the need for sustainable pathways in the production of such materials is growing.

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Berlin Science Week 2

Re-Using CO2? From Whether to How

The CO2nsisten Team is happy to present its research activity on CO2 utilization technologies and related assessment methodologies. The project, funded for three years, is financed by the Global CO2 Initiative and the EIT Climate-KIC. The team will describe the dual character of its work: investigating disciplinary aspects such as how to properly evaluate CCU technologies (techno-economic and Life Cycle assessments), while having also a relevant focus on informing and supporting decision- and policy-makers.

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