2022 The 5th International Conference on Renewable Energy and Environment Engineering (REEE 2022)

August 24-26, 2022 | France

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It has been agreed by all United Nations Member States to work in coordination for achieving the sustainable development. It is expected that most of the countries are working in achieving ambitious 2030 carbon emissions reductions targets, which bring into line with achieving net zero by the middle of this century. The world is making progress towards sustainable society and making energy more sustainable and widely available (i.e. SDG7).
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This report was prepared from IEA statistical data, information from IRENA, and IEA Bioenergy Tasks’ country reports, combined with data provided by the IEA Bioenergy Executive Committee. All individual country reports were reviewed by the national delegates to the IEA Bioenergy Executive Committee, who have approved the content. The individual country reports are ordered alphabetically with one exception: the EU is described as the first “country”, with those countries that are EU member states directly behind the EU chapter. After that all other countries are ordered alphabetically.


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Environment & Development Forum

September 11-13, 2022 | Egypt

Environmental and climate change impact topics including clean and renewable energy, sustainable development, ecological conservation and protection, CO2 emission and pollution control, and food and water security are amongst the top key items on most countries’ agendas. Creating strategies, roadmaps and technologies that address environmental issues, adaptation and mitigation measures, and sustainable development are not only critical, but vital to the survival of the human race. Some topics which were once viewed as measures for protecting the future generations, are now priorities for today, as rapid urbanization and population growth in absence of sustainable measures have led to a rapid destruction of the planet’s equilibrium, and in a nutshell, we have less time than once assumed.
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This report was prepared from IEA statistical data, information from IRENA, and IEA Bioenergy Tasks’ country reports, combined with data provided by the IEA Bioenergy Executive Committee. All individual country reports were reviewed by the national delegates to the IEA Bioenergy Executive Committee, who have approved the content. The individual country reports are ordered alphabetically with one exception: the EU is described as the first “country”, with those countries that are EU member states directly behind the EU chapter. After that all other countries are ordered alphabetically.

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