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OceanBased Perpetual Energy Featured in Global ClimateExp0 Presentation

OceanBased Climate Exp0 Presentation

OceanBased Perpetual Energy was proud to be featured last month in a presentation on ocean energy by  Environmental Engineer Aliki Koemtzopoulou at the Climate Exp0, a free five-day virtual science and policy event that took place from May 17-21 and showcased the latest thinking and most relevant international research in advancing the global Zero Carbon resiliency goal.

Its presentations centered around around five key themes:

 – Green Recovery

– Nature-Based Solutions

– Mitigation Solutions

– Adaptation and Resilience

– Finance and Regulation

Watch Ms. Koemtzopoulou’s presentation in the video below.  She discusses OceanBased Perpetual Energy within the context of her explanation on the North Atlantic ocean current gyre at approximately the 4:30 minute mark.   Her presentation was featured within the “Nature-Based Solutions” portion of the program.

Climate Exp0 is billed as a preview to the prestigious UN Climate Change Conference (COP26) in Glasgow scheduled for November 1-12, 2021.

Climate Exp0 is the first conference from the COP26 Universities Network and the Italian University Network for Sustainable Development (RUS), working together to raise ambition for tangible outcomes from the (COP26).

Supported by UK Research and Innovation (UKRI), Cambridge University Press, and the Conference of Italian University Rectors (CRUI), Climate Exp0 is part of the official All4Climate Pre-COP programme and will showcase the latest thinking and most relevant international research relevant to decisions being made at COP26 in November around the aforementioned five key themes.

Free to attend and open to all, Climate Exp0 will harness the power of virtual collaboration to maximise inclusivity and accessibility while minimising environmental impact and carbon footprint – providing a global stage at which policymakers, academics, practitioners, students and members of the public can gather together to collaborate, share and debate climate change science and policy.