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Launch Event for the IE-NETS Project: Thursday 10am, 18th May 2017. Botany Building, Trinity College Dublin

posted Apr 5, 2017, 6:25 AM by Paul Price   [ updated Oct 24, 2017, 2:04 AM by IE Nets ]
Post Event Update: A full video recording of the launch event (in three parts) is available on the IE-NETs YouTube Channel. You can also download audio recordings (mp3 format) and PDF versions of the presentation slides from the website Documents area.

Original Event Announcement:

At 10.30 am on the 18th May 2017 in the Botany Building, Trinity College Dublin we are holding the launch event for the IE-NETS project "Investigating the potential for Negative Emissions Technologies (NETs) in Ireland" (registration, tea/coffee from 10.00am).  This 2-hour event discussing Paris Agreement decarbonisation pathways and negative emissions feasibility for Ireland will include a keynote presentation from Dr. Sabine Fuss, leader of the working group on Sustainable Resource Management and Global Change at the Mercator Research Institute on Global Commons and Climate Change, based in Berlin. There will also be a presentation of the full IE-NETs project plan, inviting inputs from all interested parties. 

In particular, we would welcome all who are working on the delivery of climate change policy for government or agencies, and all environmental and technology researchers working on climate science and emissions mitigation.  We would very much appreciate the interest and views of environmental and climate science researchers, government departmental officials, agency staff from the EPA, SEAI, and Teagasc, and others working in business, electricity generation, industry or agriculture.

Event time and place details are below:

Date:             Thursday 18th May
Location:       Botany Building, Trinity College Dublin 

Programme (subject to revision):

10.00-10.30 Registration (tea, coffee)
10.30-10.35 Welcome Barry McMullin
10.35-10.50 Context: EPA Climate Research Programme Dr. Frank McGovern, Gemma O'Reilly
10.50-11.00 Introduction to IE-NETs project and team Barry McMullin, Mike Jones
11.00-11.30 Keynote: Global view of climate challenge and role of NETs Dr. Sabine Fuss
11.30-11.45 Keynote Q&A
11.45-12.05 Outline of IE-NETs work packages Project team
12.05-12.30 Panel discussion/project Q&A Project team
12.30-13.30 Light lunch (vegetarian)


We look forward to seeing you at the event!  



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Barry McMullin,
May 17, 2017, 6:33 AM