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Climate technology initiative capacity building seminar: best practice in climate technology and energy efficiency in central and eastern Europe. Seminar Proceedings

Abstract

The Capacity Building Seminar on 'Best Practice in Climate Technology and Energy Efficiency in Central and Eastern Europe', held 6-10 December 1999 in Marienthal/Ostritz in Germany, was a very successful event in the framework of the CLIMATE TECHNOLOGY INITIATIVE (CTI). One reason for that is that the seminar allowed delegates from 22 nations, from Kazakhstan to Estonia, come together for an exchange of opinions about 'Energy Efficiency and Climate Protection' and all related issues. A reason is that this seminar provided an excellent starting point for future networking in Central and Eastern Europe and Asia. The colleagues who got to know each other at the seminar will meet again in future workshops and seminars. They can now contact a colleague from abroad to get information about special questions of Energy Efficiency when they need it. A third reason - and the most important one for the entire co-operation within the CTI organisation - is the special character of the seminar as a starting point for multitude of activities on Energy Efficiency and Climate Protection. At the end of the Ostritz seminar eleven delegations stated that they would organise follow up workshops in their own countries to go deeper into the  More>>
Authors:
Pichl, P [1] 
  1. ed.
Publication Date:
Aug 01, 2000
Product Type:
Conference
Report Number:
ETDE-DE-964
Resource Relation:
Conference: Climate technology initiative capacity building seminar: best practice in climate technology and energy efficiency in central and eastern Europe, Ostritz (Germany), 6-10 Dec 1999; Other Information: PBD: Aug 2000; Related Information: Umweltbundesamt. Texte v. 27/00
Subject:
32 ENERGY CONSERVATION, CONSUMPTION, AND UTILIZATION; INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION; ENERGY EFFICIENCY; ENERGY POLICY; ENERGY CONSUMPTION; CARBON DIOXIDE; REMOVAL; NOMOGRAMS; CLIMATIC CHANGE; GOVERNMENT POLICIES; RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCES; BUILDINGS; INDUSTRY
OSTI ID:
20148026
Research Organizations:
Umweltbundesamt, Berlin (Germany)
Country of Origin:
Germany
Language:
English
Other Identifying Numbers:
Other: ISSN 0722-186X; TRN: DE01G3685
Availability:
Available to ETDE participating countries only(see www.etde.org); commercial reproduction prohibited; OSTI as DE20148026
Submitting Site:
DE
Size:
377 pages
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Pichl, P. Climate technology initiative capacity building seminar: best practice in climate technology and energy efficiency in central and eastern Europe. Seminar Proceedings. Germany: N. p., 2000. Web.
Pichl, P. Climate technology initiative capacity building seminar: best practice in climate technology and energy efficiency in central and eastern Europe. Seminar Proceedings. Germany.
Pichl, P. 2000. "Climate technology initiative capacity building seminar: best practice in climate technology and energy efficiency in central and eastern Europe. Seminar Proceedings." Germany.
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title = {Climate technology initiative capacity building seminar: best practice in climate technology and energy efficiency in central and eastern Europe. Seminar Proceedings}
author = {Pichl, P}
abstractNote = {The Capacity Building Seminar on 'Best Practice in Climate Technology and Energy Efficiency in Central and Eastern Europe', held 6-10 December 1999 in Marienthal/Ostritz in Germany, was a very successful event in the framework of the CLIMATE TECHNOLOGY INITIATIVE (CTI). One reason for that is that the seminar allowed delegates from 22 nations, from Kazakhstan to Estonia, come together for an exchange of opinions about 'Energy Efficiency and Climate Protection' and all related issues. A reason is that this seminar provided an excellent starting point for future networking in Central and Eastern Europe and Asia. The colleagues who got to know each other at the seminar will meet again in future workshops and seminars. They can now contact a colleague from abroad to get information about special questions of Energy Efficiency when they need it. A third reason - and the most important one for the entire co-operation within the CTI organisation - is the special character of the seminar as a starting point for multitude of activities on Energy Efficiency and Climate Protection. At the end of the Ostritz seminar eleven delegations stated that they would organise follow up workshops in their own countries to go deeper into the details and to co-operate on a higher level. It may be that these workshops will be followed by others in other European regions. (orig./GL)}
place = {Germany}
year = {2000}
month = {Aug}
}