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EEIST: Transformative Energy Innovation Dialogues, COP26 Discussion

10 Nov 2021 | Lectures & webinars

Launch of the 2021 EEIST flagship report: The New Economics of Innovation and Transition, including case study examples of transformative energy policy initiatives from Brazil, China, India and the EU. International experts in complexity economics, systems thinking, and energy policy discuss new decision-making techniques and modelling tools to support similarly bold initiatives elsewhere, including delivery of the Glasgow Breakthroughs.

Reception with introduction and framing led by Michael Grubb at the UK Pavilion, COP26.

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