A Global Network of Sustainable Water and Energy Solutions, led by Itaipu Binacional and the United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs, was launched during the UN Conference on Climate Change (COP 24) in Poland.
Twelve months after the UN Climate Conference in Bonn (COP23), the Polish city of Katowice hosts COP24.
Despite important progress in the intergovernmental negotiations, we have not done enough, we are not doing enough, and we are witnessing the consequences of climate change. Heat waves and drought, rising tides and severe flooding have all reared their heads during 2018.
7 December 2018
Registration is now open for the World Hydropower Congress, the globe’s most important gathering of hydropower decision-makers, experts and innovators.
This biennial event, which takes place between 14-16 May 2019, brings together representatives of industry, government, finance and civil society to help shape the future of hydropower.
Hydropower reservoirs provide a variety of water and energy services and are a catalyst for driving global decarbonisation and achieving the Paris Agreement and Sustainable Development Goals.
The 24th Conference of the Parties (COP24) to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) is convened under the presidency of the government of Poland between 3 and 14 December in Katowice, Poland.
|Date:||Mon, 12/03/2018 to Fri, 12/14/2018|
The III Latin American and Caribbean Energy Week is set to support the exchange of experience and knowledge within the region's energy sector by generating business and project financing opportunities.
The event brings together many key players from the sector, including representatives of the governments of the 27 member countries of the Latin American Energy Organization (OLADE). It has been co-organised by the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), the Ministry of Industry, Energy and Mining of Uruguay (MIEM) and OLADE.
|Date:||Mon, 12/10/2018 to Fri, 12/14/2018|
Across the world, the owners and operators of hydropower projects built decades ago are weighing up the benefits of updating their systems and controls with new digital technology.