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Can Future Energy Needs be Met Sustainably?

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Duration: 1:11:44 | Added: 28 Apr 2015
This Alumni Weekend panel discusses future energy needs and steps that must be taken to increase the chance that they can be met sustainably.

World energy consumption is increasing, driven by economic development in countries where more is needed to lift billions out of poverty. Our energy is mostly provided by burning fossil fuels, which is driving climate change and producing debilitating pollution. The gap between realistic energy projections and low carbon aspirations is widening.
25th April 2015, Orangery, Schoenbrunn, Vienna
Chaired by Professor Sir Chris Llewellyn Smith (Director of Energy Research, University of Oxford) and featuring Juliet Davenport OBE (CEO of Good Energy Group), Dr Jan Dusik (Director of the Regional Office for Europe of the United Nations Environment Programme) and Graham van't Hoff (Exectuive Vice President, Shell Chemicals)

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