IGU COP21 Newsletter Edition - December 2015

December 3, 2015

On the sidelines of the COP21 negotiations in Paris the International Gas Union (IGU) has just released a major study that emphasizes the immediate importance of air quality, even beyond the debate around 2 degrees and carbon reduction. As air quality problems in cities from Beijing to New Delhi become increasingly severe, the link between action to address climate change and to curb local air pollution has been attracting increased attention as a means to mobilize political support. The December issue of the IGU newsletter presents the new IGU report. Please follow this link for a pdf version of the newsletter issue. 

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RT @GECF_News: #GECF Secretary General Dr. Yury Sentyurin participates in the first-ever in the #MiddleEast Research Conference #IGRC2020 b…

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“Without a doubt in my mind, the future of our industry will be shaped by how well we embrace innovation and R&D. Simply put, to survive as an industry, we must continue to innovate.” IGU President Prof. Joe Kang opening remarks at IGRC2020, Oman. #iGRC2020 https://t.co/YIDGb63W0p

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We are now just minutes away from IGRC2020 where industry professionals from around the world will share and discuss the innovations that will propel the industry into a sustainable future. @igrconference @GECF_News @GasTechnology https://t.co/cmkGD80lLx

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The IGU wishes to thank the hosts of IGRC2020, Oman LNG and the Ministry of Oil and Gas for their outstanding organization of this week's conference in Muscat showcasing the latest industry developments in R&D and Innovation! @igrconference @GasTechnology @GECF_News https://t.co/1PsvwlNysC