Research for development and the market transformation were the main topics during the morning session. There is a big potential for increasing the action in the sustainable energy sector. More and more efforts will be needed to erradicate poverty and “push forward” towards a global wealthy social and economic system!
We might be volunteers in this process were the words of Alan AtKisson (The Big Push) who previously worked for the United Nations during the climate change meetings in Copenaghen. It is important each one of us participate in this process of human and technological development… 😉
At the moment there is parallel sessions running about “climate change”, bioenergy, low energy architecture, end-use energy efficiency and so on. A lots going on at the WREC 2011.
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