Highlights from the Global Energy Assessment, an analysis of energy challenges, opportunities, and strategies worldwide, will be the subject of a free talk sponsored by the Baker Center Energy and Environmental Policy Program on Wednesday, July 17.
The presentation, “Energy Pathways for Sustainable Development: Insights from the Global Energy Assessment,” begins at 5:00 p.m. in the Howard H. Baker Jr. Center for Public Policy Toyota Auditorium.
The presenter is David McCollum, who received a bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering from UT in 2004. McCollum is currently a research scholar in Vienna, Austria, with the Energy Program of the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis, which produced the Global Energy Assessment.
Launched in 2012, the Global Energy Assessment integrates the opinions and research of specialists from a range of disciplines, industry groups, and policy areas to create a global policy agenda that facilitates equitable and sustainable energy services for all, in particular the two billion people who lack access to clean, modern energy.
For more information, visit the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis website.
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