We also grew to become the first punting business in Cambridge to give a chauffeured tour in the University Backs. Our VAQAS award-winning 45 moment Higher education Backs Tour delivers the perfect introduction to Cambridge’s lengthy and eventful background. Find out how the town has progressed from medieval market city to world-class centre for training while experiencing breathtaking views in the river. Why not catch a student theatrical manufacturing, or perhaps a display in the Arts Theatre.
See live songs or comedy in the Corn Exchange.Remain a number of nights as there's certainly too a lot to find out in each day. Having a vast selection of accommodation out there from a deluxe Cambridge hotel, to some cosy guesthouse or B&B. If you stay longer then you can discover the lots of market towns and country houses about Cambridge. Cambridge is uncomplicated to reach by road, rail or air. It’s just 20 minutes from London Stansted Airport and 50 minutes by train from central London. Organizers say that at the moment the program has plateaued using the wrap up from the school year.
The financial, food, fuel and climate crises are individually serious issues, but in combination their impact could be catastrophic for the global economy. Perhaps we stand at a crossroads. Even as we move into a global economic downturn there are growing calls for an accelerated transformation towards low carbon and resource productive economies. To move forward will require new and more efficient solutions, technologies and products alongside behavioral change. Climate change is now universally recognized as a significant global environmental challenge and as a consequence, debate over the measures needed to tackle climate change has moved up to the top of the agenda amongst civil society, business and government. The United Nations Global Warming Conference in Copenhagen in December 2009 highlighted the major challenges and opportunities associated with climate change as we move towards post 2012 carbon dioxide (CO2) reduction targets. In July 2008, the UK raised the bar by announcing a target of cutting
WGGW Conference & Expo 10 themed “Impacts of the Global Recession on Sustainable Development, Global Warming Policy and Markets will provide a platform to discuss the future opportunities and challenges related to the design, development and commercialization of low carbon innovation, technologies, products and services. WGGW Conference & Expo 10 will include invited and refereed papers from academics, consultants, entrepreneurs, investors, technology providers, designers, sustainability, environment and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) managers as well as other business functions. The event will be a unique learning experience, networking space and an opportunity to think. Delegates will come globally from companies, entrepreneurs, as well as academia, government and non-governmental organizations (NGOs). The conference is supported by an international Advisory Board.
WGGW Conference & Expo 10 welcomes conceptual and research-based papers covering sustainable innovation, technology, product and service design and development. Papers focused on low carbon solutions and sustainable innovation related to the following topics are particularly welcomed:
· Global Warming and Climate Change and the Oceans
· Sustainable Environment, Health and Development
· Remote Sensing and Global Surveillance
· Water Resources Management
· Carbon & GHG Management
· Extreme Events and Impacts Assessment
· Greenhouse Gas & Ecosystems
· Human Health In a Changing Climate
· Agricultural and Forestry Resources Management
· Clean Energy Technology
· Low GHG Transportation
· Education: Global Change & Sustainable Development
· Case studies
WGGW Conference & Expo 10 will provide a range of benefits to speakers and delegates:
* Sponsorship: Air ticket, visa fees and per diem to be covered for all qualified delegates
* Unique: Forum for new ideas and concepts
* Leading-edge: Presentations from key international researchers, practitioners and policy- makers
* Content: New research, results and thinking
* Networking: Opportunities to meet business, government and academia
* Track-record: Over 300 delegates from over 50 countries have attended previous conferences
* Established: 3rd international conference
Conference papers: please email to firstname.lastname@example.org or fax to 08447743729. Email up to 500 words describing your proposed paper by 9th July, 2010. The paper will then be sent to the Advisory Board for evaluation and authors will be given feedback on or before 16th July, 2010. The highest rated papers will be invited to present at the conference. Please only submit abstracts if you have registered for the conference. Registration is free of charge.
For more information on WGGW Conference & Expo 10 please contact:
Dr Don Jack
27 Commercial Street London E1 6LP
London, United Kingdom.
Phone: +44 702 402 6888, +44 702 401 2577
Fax: +44 844 774 3729
the establishment of a renewable energy target system which starts at the national level and eventually works its way down to individual energy-production entities;
a mandate that China’s state power grid companies purchase, favorably dispatch, and build transmission lines to renewable power sources and gasoline wholesale companies purchase liquid bio-fuels;
general guidance on establishing purchase prices for renewable energy that are based on the principles of benefiting renewable energy development and being economically reasonable; and
a description of the types of fiscal and tax incentives that will be developed to support the renewable power industry and specific projects.
As to the first point, the Plan provides specific 2010 and 2020 targets for a host of renewable energy types. It sets forth as a “Guiding Principles” (section 2) the “speed[ing] up [of] the development and deployment of hydropower, wind power, solar energy, and biomass energy.”
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