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Possible pathways for a low carbon EU agriculture

Possible pathways for a low carbon EU agriculture

Agriculture is unique in its ability to both reduce its own emissions, but also increase carbon removals from the atmosphere and contribute to emission reductions in other sectors through the substitution of carbon intensive materials and energy.

Stephen Brenninkmeijer appointed as Chair of the Supervisory Board of the European Climate Foundation

December 10, 2018 – The European Climate Foundation announced today the appointment of Stephen Brenninkmeijer as Chair of the Supervisory Board of the organisation. Stephen succeeds Caio Koch-Weser whose statutory mandate has come to an end. Kate Hampton and Jonathan Pershing, who are already serving on the ECF Board, have been appointed as Vice Chairs. Stephen Brenninkmeijer, the newly appointed Chair of(…)

Southeast Asia Clean Energy Facility (SEACEF):  Facility Manager RFP and SOI

As part of the ongoing efforts to support the clean energy transition in Southeast Asia, a critical market for the next expansion for renewables, a coalition of foundations is aiming to establish a vehicle to support the growth of clean energy. The Southeast Asia Clean Energy Facility (SEACEF) is a vehicle to support early stage(…)

Governments and philanthropies announce South East Asia energy transition partnership

Today the Government of Canada’s Department of Environment and Climate Change, the French Development Agency (AFD), Germany’s Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMU), the United Kingdom’s Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS), and global philanthropies announced the beginning of a new collaboration at the One Planet Summit in New York to accelerate the energy transition in partnership with countries in South East Asia.