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Scientists look into equitable future for sustainability, climate action – The Daily Free Press

Lives around the globe that were already impacted by the worsening of climate climate change have been further transformed by COVID-19. But what consequences does the pandemic have on climate-related equity and policy planning? Local experts tackled pressing questions regarding this question at a webinar Friday hosted by the Boston University Institute for Sustainable Energy.

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G20 energy ministers aim for sustainable development and market stability

Yury Sentyurin, secretary general of the Gas Exporting Countries Forum (GECF) participated in the G20 Energy Ministerial Meeting and reaffirmed its commitment to greater international cooperation in ensuring the resilience of energy systems and affordable and secure energy for all.

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RISE – EnviroInfo2020 Conference: Digital Twins for Sustainability The Digital Edition organized by RISE C

The Research Centre on Interactive media, Smart systems and Emerging technologies – RISE Ltd (www.rise.org.cy), with the support of the Municipality of Nicosia and Disy, a software and consulting company located in Karlsruhe, Germany, organized the 34th edition EnviroInfo2020. EnviroInfo is the long standing and established international and interdisciplinary conference series on leading environmental information and communication technologies. 

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Why is sustainability research so challenging?

How taxing is it to work across disciplines, and why is this so critical in the area of sustainability research? What are the obstacles to bringing great ideas from the laboratory to commercial use? Join us as McGill’s Audrey Moores and Brian Robinson tackle these questions and more in the third instalment of our four-part webcast series on sustainability.