Climateworks leaders and experts have been in demand at COP27. Alongside meetings with partners, funders and key decision-makers, our delegates have also been presenting and speaking at various events — including two of our own.
Head of International Meg Argyriou hosts a conversation with the International Renewable Energy Agency’s Gurbuz Gonul, Asia Development Bank’s Ramesh Subramaniam and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade’s Harriett Horsfall — one of two events delivered by Climateworks in the Australian Pavilion at COP27 in Egypt.
International Policy and Oceans Lead Dr Sali Bache (second from right) with Seema Narayan, Advisor at Asia-Pacific Applied Economics Association; Rex Horoi, Solomon Islands Special Envoy for West Papua, Satyendra Prasad, Ambassador and Permanent Representative of Fiji to the United Nations; and Reshmi Kumari, Director of Planning, Policy and Research at the Fiji Ministry of Sugar Industry — all participants in a COP27 panel co-presented by the Fijian Government and Monash University.
Energy Lead Dr Emi Gui (centre) speaks at the panel ‘The Role of Engineers in Implementing the Global Energy Transition’ at the SDG Pavilion at COP27. Also pictured are host Luisa Valentim Barros from Clean Energy Latin America and co-panellist Peter Oviroh, University of Johannesburg.
Dr Sali Bache (centre left) speaks during Climateworks’ second COP27 event at the Australian Pavilion, ‘Furthering impact and ambition through ocean-based climate mitigation’, moderated by V20 Group’s Nabiha Shahab and also featuring WWF International Marine Manager Dr Simon Walmsley and Global Ocean Trust’s Torsten Thiele.
Energy Lead Dr Emi Gui (second from right) takes part in a panel at the COP27 Climate Action Lab with fellow Council of Engineers for the Energy Transition members Maher Chebbo, Karen Scrivener and Majid Shafiepour Motlagh, hosted by the International Atomic Energy Agency’s Henri Paillere.
Meg Argyriou (centre) speaks at a Glasgow Financial Alliance for Net Zero (GFANZ) panel on phasing out coal in Southeast Asia, also featuring GFANZ Asia Pacific Network Managing Director Yuki Yasui and Rocky Mountain Institute Principal Koben Calhoun, held at the Singapore Pavilion at COP27.
Energy Transitions Commission chair Lord Adair Turner, Dr Emi Gui, CWP Global’s Dean Bialek and Fortescue Future Industries’ Julie Shuttleworth at Australian Renewable Energy Agency panel ‘Australia’s Renewable Energy and Hydrogen Opportunity’.
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