COP25: Federal Minister for the Environment Svenja Schulze on COBENEFITS

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In addition to climate protection, there are many other good arguments for opting against coal and for renewable energies: That’s what Svenja Schulze, Federal Minister for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety, pointed out in a press briefing on Just Transition at COP25 in Madrid on December 12, 2019. Svenja Schulze and her team, including Karsten Sach, Director International and European Policy at BMU, highlighted the remarkable social and economic opportunities of decarbonizing the power sector and referred to assessment results of the COBENEFITS project in South Africa.

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Successful trainings in South Africa

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Trainings on sustainable power system planning starting soon

Application deadline for India and Vietnam: 04.08.2019

In the framework of the COBENEFITS project, RENAC realises a number of online and face-to-face trainings in the partner countries. Starting in August 2019, the next trainings will focus on sustainable and integrated power system planning for the respective partner countries and will allow participants to get an in-depth view into co-benefits analysis and methodologies. More…