Sustainable Development Energy Efficiency Strategies for Developing Countries after the 2015 Paris Climate Change Agreement (COP21)
In Washington D.C. on November 16, President of Econoler Pierre Langlois will present the preliminary results of ongoing research on the use of Energy Efficiency as one of the main pillars for achieving COP21 commitments.
The research project demonstrates the unique value of Energy Efficiency as a promising approach to not only achieving short-term (pre-2020) mitigation goals in line with the Paris Agreement, but also making a significant contribution to better manage climate risks and developing better strategies for long-term adaptation to climate change.
This research project is funded by Canada’s International Development Research Centre and implemented by Econoler in collaboration with REEEP. Are you interested in attending? Join us on WebEx.