Cooling for COP26 webinars

The Future of Cooling Programme is based at the Oxford Martin School and is part of the Oxford Energy Network, University of Oxford

In September and October, the programme will be hosting a webinar series leading up to COP26. The webinar series is motivated by the need for high-profile and broad-reaching conversations on tackling cooling as a system. We will cover each of the themes that link to the Programme’s framework (see below) on sustainable cooling, including: social interactions and cooling cultures; cooling technology and innovation; models for sustainable cold chains; circular cooling economy; infrastructure design for sustainable cooling; and finally, cooling for climate action. There will also be a bonus webinar on finance and sustainable cooling.

13 September 2021, 9am BST:
Jim Maguire (SDCL) & TBC talk Finance and Sustainable Cooling
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20 September 2021, 9am BST:
Janet Stephenson (Otago) & Russell Hitchings (UCL) talk Social Interactions and Cooling Cultures
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27 September 2021, 2pm BST:
Iain Campbell (RMI) & Diana Ürge-Vorsatz (CEU) talk Cooling Technology and Innovation
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4 October 2021, 2pm BST:
Nnaemeka Ikegwuonu (ColdHubs) & Toby Peters (Birmingham) talk Models for Sustainable Cold Chains
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11 October 2021, 2pm BST:
Martin Dieryckx (Daikin) & Clay Nesler (WRI) talk Circular Cooling Economy
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18 October 2021, 2pm BST:
Amory Lovins (RMI) & Madeleine Edl (UNEP) talk Infrastructure Design for Sustainable Cooling
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25 October 2021, 2pm BST:
Damilola Ogunbiyi (SEforAll) & TBC talk Cooling for Climate Action
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