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1st Annual International Technical Workshop on Climate Risk Oct. 20-21 in Wells, ME USA

The premise of this Workshop is that long before the Paris Agreement, scientists, engineers, business men and women, public officials, academicians and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) throughout the US and the world were hard at work in trying to solve the myriad of problems associated with anthropogenic climate change. The legislative force of the Montreal Protocol is now in support of the Agreement’s key emission reduction goals. It is time for the seasoned leaders who implemented the Protocol, the world’s most successful international treaty for the protection of the atmosphere, to share their knowledge and wisdom with the next generation of policy makers, technical professionals, and graduate/undergraduate educators before that expertise is lost.

The purpose of bringing these various communities of practice together is to:

  1. Leverage the many successes to date to inspire future innovations through ‘lessons learned’;
  2. Ensure that new atmospheric environmental regulations are timely communicated and economically executed; and
  3. Identify business opportunities for related sustainable development.

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