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Links 2015: Workshop on the linkages between energy, food and water consumption for Brazil in the context of climate change mitigation strategies

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This workshop is part of the international academic project LINKS 2015 between the University of Cambridge and UNISUL (Universidade do Sul de Santa Catarina, Brazil), funded through the Newton Funds, EPSRC and FAPESC . Academics from UNISUL , the University of Cambridge, the Open University and Cambridge Econometrics will present their research, mainly focused in the food-water-energy nexus.

  • 14:30 –14:40 Welcome. Pablo Salas, 4CMR.
  • 14.40 –15:00 Introduction to the LINKS and BRIDGE projects. Dr. Jean-Francois Mercure, 4CMR.
  • 15:00 –15:20 Economics of the Nexus. Hector Pollitt, Cambridge Econometrics.
  • 15:20 –15:40 The international legal framework for the energy transition. Prof. Jorge Viñuales, C-EENRG.
  • 15:40 –16:00 The results of Links 2015 in Brazil. Prof. Baltazar Guerra, UNISUL . Prof. Rafael Faraco, UNISUL .
  • 16:00 –16:20 LINKS conference. Issa Berchin, UNISUL
  • 16:20 –16:40 New research and spin offs of Links 2015: Environmental Justice, Environmental Education and “GreenCampus” Stategies at Unisul. GREENS team, UNISUL .
  • 16:40 –17:00 The evolution of EU’s biofuel policy and its implications for Brazil. Dr. Pierre Bocquillon, C-EENRG
  • 17:00 –17:20 Emulation, uncertainty and environmental feedbacks in integrated assessment. Dr. Neil Edwards, Open University
  • 17:20 –17:40 Panel discussion
  • 17:40 –20.00 Drinks reception and networking

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