Strategy for Energy and Environment After Paris

Claudio Nicolini
 

Abstract

A new version of the World Economic Forum focused on Energy and Environment as proposed by Prime Minister of Japan Shinzō Abe is fundamental after adopting the Paris Agreement, considering that this third Innovation for Cool Earth Forum occurring in 2016 at Tokyo is the very first pertinent international meeting thereafter. The limited scientific and technological progress in Energy and Environment appears still incapable to find solutions for effective carbon dioxide reduction and for new energy sources really alternatives to nuclear fission, gas, oil and carbon still dominating the scene worldwide, and this despite hopes being raised on nuclear fusion, energy storage and hydrogen energy for which quite more is needed and should be done with a new World Forum on energy and environment more aggressive and focussed to make the difference.

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