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Abstract: The main objective of this article is to assess the priorities of local governments (LGs) in Europe regarding climate change mitigation technologies evaluation in the electricity sector and to provide important insights for energy policy design. The study applies a hybrid weighting methodology to elicit LGs’ preferences in a constructive and iterative way regarding the evaluation criteria of low-carbon energy technologies. Furthermore, the study employs three data collection and preference elicitation methods, namely: survey, workshop, and webinar.
Stelios Grafakos, a lead climate change specialist from the Institute for Housing and Development Studies, will deliver a webinar at the International Center for Climate Governance in Venice, Italy on October 22, 2015. The theme of the webinar is Urban Climate Resilience and Decision Making with Focus on Water which is part of the Climate Resilient Urban Development module.
The application for students and staffs are done on line. Applicants will have first to register on the Application Web Site providing a valid email address and a password.Then they will be allowed to login, to modify and update their personal data. They will have to submit their application before the deadline of the Application Process.
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ICLEI South Asia requires a dynamic, creative and hard-working individual to join the office in the capacity of Congress officer to support the organization of the Resilient Cities Asia-Pacific (RCAP) congress, taking place in Melaka, Malaysia, on 2-4 March 2016. The office is based at New Delhi, India.
Terms of reference for available position
Subject area: Events management & Communication
Date of joining: As soon as possible
Date: Wednesday, 28th October
Venue: The International Environment House - Geneva, Switzerland
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