Future of Cooling COP26 webinar series

External event
Start
09:00 GMT
13 Sep 2021
End
16:00 GMT
25 Oct 2021
Location
Virtual

As we move towards one of the most important rounds of the UNFCCC Climate Negotiations, the Oxford Martin Programme on the Future of Cooling is hosting a series of online seminars leading up to COP26. The motivation behind the series is the need for high-profile and broad-reaching conversations on tackling cooling as a system -- one that is integral to addressing the climate crisis.

The webinars will engage in conversation with academics, industry and policy makers, and cover each of the themes that link to the programme’s framework on sustainable cooling: social interactions and cooling cultures; cooling technology and innovation; models for sustainable cold chains; circular cooling economy; infrastructure design for sustainable cooling; and finally, cooling for climate action.

In this series:

13 September 2021
Jim Maguire & TBC - "Finance and Sustainable Cooling"

20 September 2021
Janet Stephenson & Russell Hitchings talk: "Social Interactions and Cooling Cultures"

27 September 2021
Iain Campbell & Diana Ürge-Vorsatz talk: "Cooling Technology and Innovation"

4 October 2021
Nnaemeka Ikegwuonu & Toby Peters talk: "Models for Sustainable Cold Chains"

11 October 2021
Martin Dieryckx & Clay Nesler talk: "Circular Cooling Economy"

18 October 2021
Amory Lovins & Madeleine Edl talk: "Infrastructure Design for Sustainable Cooling"

25 October 2021
Damilola Ogunbiyi & Kate Hughes talk: "Cooling for Climate Action"

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