COP21 Event: How can Bioenergy Mitigate Climate Change?

Date: 01/12/2015
Time: 15:00 - 16:30
Location: COP21: Espaces Generations Climat
Le Bourget
Paris, France
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Event Description

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ONE KEY QUESTION

Climate change problems are nowadays well identified – what is needed is a concrete discussion on solutions. In this respect, the main aim of this Biomass Counts event is to open the debate on one key question: How can bioenergy mitigate climate change?

AEBIOM is delighted to invite you to the closing event of its Biomass Counts Campaign (www.biomasscounts.eu) to be held within the Paris COP21 framework on the 1st of December. The event is free of charge.

2 WAYS TO ATTEND

You are welcome to join us on site (no registration needed) or follow the event live on the LiveStream platform. Should you opt for the second option, we invite you to connect to this page a few minutes before the events starts (15:00).

No registration is needed so make sure you can make it on time for the start of the event. For more information on how to reach the venue, please visit: http://bourget.cop21.gouv.fr/en/

3 KEY ISSUES

The debate will be split into three main issues, mostly focusing on European examples:

  • Carbon neutrality
    How can biomass best contribute to climate change mitigation? State of play of the carbon neutrality debate.
  • Bioenergy and forests
    How can bioenergy developments go hand in hand with forests carbon stock increase and sustainable forest management practices?
  • Societal challenges
    Can bioenergy play a role in tackling other societal challenges?

KEY SPEAKERS

After a short introduction speech by AEBIOM Secretary General Jean-Marc Jossart, the floor will be given to four key experts in order for them to answer these questions:

Anti Asikainen, Natural Resources Institute Finland, Professor
Adam Brown, International Energy Agency, Senior Energy Analyst
Martin Junginger, Copernicus Institute of Sustainable Development, Utrecht University, Associate Professor

We are looking forward to meeting you at COP21.

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