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The impact of global warming will be felt particularly in the tropics, which is home to a large fraction of the world’s population. Transitioning to clean sources of energy in this region is therefore imperative.
But how can the region make this transition – and what impact will it have on the urban and rural spaces we live in? Watch a webinar discussing the issues.
Professor Michael Brear
Director - Melbourne Energy Institute, University of Melbourne
City Adviser, C40 Cities
Program Manager, Indonesia – New Energy Nexus
Senior Energy Specialist – Asian Development Bank
Dr Reihana Mohideen
Senior Research Fellow – University of Melbourne
First published on 8 November 2021.
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