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Climate Leader Interviews

  1. The low carbon future: Carbon War Room President, José María Figueres
    The low carbon future: Carbon War Room President, José María Figueres 17 Jun 2013

    The former President of Costa Rica and President of the Carbon War Room, José María Figueres, discusses carbon offsetting and scalable clean technologies with Climate Action

    Worldwide,Finance,Sustainable Energy,Carbon Reduction
  2. Upsolar: innovative smart modules and developments in the solar industry
    Upsolar: innovative smart modules and developments in the solar industry 23 May 2013

    Upsolar, a leading developer and producer of PV modules, has offices across Europe, Asia, Australia and the Americas, and is helping to accelerate global solar energy adoption. Climate Action caught up with Upsolar's CEO, Mr. Zhe Jiang, to find out more about how smart modules are reducing costs and promoting renewable energy expansion.

    Worldwide,Tech. & Innovation,Sustainable Energy
  3. Lisa Rhodes on carbon neutral solutions in the data centre industry
    Lisa Rhodes on carbon neutral solutions in the data centre industry 1 May 2013

    Verne Global owns and operates a data centre campus in Iceland and offers 100% carbon neutral solutions through a range of server density options and energy efficient techniques. Lisa Rhodes, Vice President of Corporate Strategy and Market Development at Verne Global discussed the key topics in the industry with Climate Action.

    Europe,Tech. & Innovation,Sustainable Energy
  4. Tamer Abol Ghar on sustainable lighting solutions in East Africa
    Tamer Abol Ghar on sustainable lighting solutions in East Africa 24 Apr 2013

    Philips East Africa plays a crucial role in building the region’s infrastructure through participation in essential electricity and energy saving projects. Tamer Abol Ghar highlights some of the key challenges and opportunities in the region.

    Africa,Middle East,Tech. & Innovation,Policy,Sustainable Energy
  5. Sarah Collins: Wonderbag’s founder explains how her invention is changing lives
    Sarah Collins: Wonderbag’s founder explains how her invention is changing lives 18 Apr 2013

    The Wonderbag is made from an insulated material in which people can cook anything without the use of additional energy and so significantly reduces carbon emissions. Climate Action sat down with Sarah Collins, Wonderbag’s founder, to find out more.

    Africa,Asia,Europe,North America,Middle East,Sustainable Energy,Agriculture,Carbon Reduction
  6. Dr Jeremy Tomkinson: founder of the NNFCC on the crucial role of bio-based technologies
    Dr Jeremy Tomkinson: founder of the NNFCC on the crucial role of bio-based technologies 17 Apr 2013

    The National Non-Food Crops Centre was founded in 2003 and has grown to become a leading consultancy focused on understanding biorenewable markets and technologies. The NNFCC offers global companies pioneering services and acts as an advisor to the UK Government. NNFCC's CEO, Dr Tomkinson, spoke to William Brittlebank at Climate Action to discuss the future of the industry.

    Europe,Tech. & Innovation,Sustainable Energy,Agriculture
  7. Greg Clark, Minister for Cities in the UK, is championing the low carbon economy
    Greg Clark, Minister for Cities in the UK, is championing the low carbon economy 23 Jan 2013

    Now working as both the Minister for Cities and the Financial Secretary to the Treasury, Clark is helping to implement real change across the UK with the City Deals initiative.

    Europe,Policy,Sustainable Energy,Smart Cities

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