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Engineering Innovations Highlight Climate Change Mitigation at CES 2023

The transition to new energy solutions will be a massive shift, and it is crucial that it be balanced against the continuing need to provide reliable and affordable energy sources. IEEE’s 2023 President Saifur Rahman stressed that the engineering community working together across all disciplines can provide solutions that have the potential to bring substantive and positive impact to the climate crisis.

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IEEE Presents Practical Engineering Approaches at COP27

The transition to new energy solutions will be a massive shift, and it is crucial that it be balanced against the continuing need to provide reliable and affordable energy sources. IEEE’s 2023 President Saifur Rahman stressed that the engineering community working together across all disciplines can provide solutions that have the potential to bring substantive and positive impact to the climate crisis.

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Six Priorities for Decarbonization in Industrialized and Emerging Economies

Six Priorities for Decarbonization in Industrialized and Emerging Economies

There is an unprecedented level of awareness of climate change and the role of decarbonization in enabling environmental sustainability moving forward. Navigating the tension between industrialized nations and emerging economies for global decarbonization efforts requires a diverse portfolio of solutions.

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Cascading Global Crisis, Including Climate Change, Threaten Human Survival

The climate crisis, the COVID-19 pandemic, and an increased number of conflicts around the world have placed global sustainable development in jeopardy, warns the Sustainable Development Global Report 2022, citing increased greenhouse gas emissions and worsening climate catastrophes.

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