Posted by: Dr. Breffni Lennon | July 22, 2012

LCEDN conference: ‘Transitions to low carbon energy systems: which pathways to energy access for all?’, 10th – 11th September 2012, University of Sussex, Brighton

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The Low Carbon Energy for Development Network have just announced their second international workshop. It is intended to identify and discuss priority questions that need to be answered to meet the UN goal of “Sustainable energy for all”. Reflecting on the outcomes and implications of Rio+20, the workshop will have a particular focus on the extent to which low carbon development can simultaneously address concerns around energy access, poverty reduction, human development and economic growth.

The  workshop is international in both its scope and significance and it will be hosted by SPRU and the STEPS Centre at the University of Sussex and is supported by the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) and the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC).

The event will involve participants drawn from across a wide array of academic communities, government departments, private sector organisations and NGOs, as well as a range of countries.

Conference Goals

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