22nd #WorldEnergyCongress to kick off on 13/10/2013 in #Daegu, #Korea; 'Securing Tomorrow’s Energy Today' to be the overriding theme #WEC— Asad Yawar (@Mediolana) October 12, 2013
6,000 #ministers, #CEOs and chief officers of major #international organisations expected for Korea's first-ever WEC tinyurl.com/khbvlrp— Asad Yawar (@Mediolana) October 12, 2013
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Tagged as 22nd World Energy Congress, Daegu, renewable energy, South Korea, trilemmas, World Energy Congress, World Energy Council
We need to talk about energy. Lots and lots. As electric cars come in, the basic principle is being established that we don’t need oil for everything. Electricity will do, and we can get that in so many other ways. As a large cyclone hits India, forcing a million (!!!) people to evacuate, isn’t it time to see the impact we’re having on the planet?
I think that it might take a lot to shift the mindsets of certain people, alas. If memory serves me well, even NYC has been paralysed by recentish weather conditions, but this was framed as a question of emergency management and logistical planning rather than climate change. A plague of locusts, perhaps? ッ
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