Climate Change, Sustainable Energy & Environment

Global Solutions Hubs

At our Global Solutions Hubs, you will find policy recommendations, solutions and experts on the policy areas of the G20 and T20. They cover the topics that are at the heart of the Global Solutions Initiative.
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What can the G20 do to promote a sustainable bioeconomy and stable food systems?

The required move from a fossil fuel-based economy to a bioeconomy, characterized by a sustainable use of renewable resources, entails a number of trade-offs that need to be addressed. Policy-makers need to understand the trade-offs in order to make the right decisions. This panel discusses the important trade-off between agricultural production for food and bio fuels, and biodiversity protection. It reflects on the international externalities of national biodiversity strategies and the role of the G20.

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Experts

Alexander Bonde
German Federal Environmental Foundation DBU
Franziska Schünemann
University Hohenheim, Germany
Maximo Torero
Economic and Social Development Department of the Food and Agriculture Organization
Robert Vos
International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI), Netherlands
What can the G20 do to promote a circular carbon economy?

It is increasingly clear that to stay within the limits agreed with the Paris Agreement, all possible climate mitigation options and pathways must be seriously considered. The need to substantially reduce CO2 emissions, including in “hard to abate” sectors, raises the interest in mitigation options such as storing or (re-using) CO2 emissions, or using biomass and renewables based-fuels. However, the growing awareness for the need, potential and applicability of these technologies raises the question of potential trade-offs and use conflicts, e.g. regarding the total availability of biomass and renewable electricity or the capacity and feasibility of CO2 transport and storage infrastructure. This panel will start from the concept of a circular carbon economy to discuss the full picture and potential of main climate mitigation levers (reduction, re-use and storage of CO2) for different sectors; together with potential tradeoffs and solutions.

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Experts

Khalid Abuleif
Saudi Arabia
Gunnar Luderer
Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK)
Miranda Schreurs
Technical University of Munich
Adair Turner
Energy Transitions Commission
What can the G20 do to support green investment in emerging and developing economies?

The International Energy Agency predicts that global energy consumption will rise more than 25% by 2040, with the sharpest increase in emerging and developing economies. In fact, demand will double in some of these countries within this period. To comply with the goals set out in the Paris climate agreement, investment in renewable energies must increase substantially in order to meet the additional demand with energy from clean sources. This objective can only be achieved by mobilising much larger amounts of private capital. However, and despite the continuing phase of zero interest and even negative interest rates, major obstacles to investing in such projects persist, in particular in developing and emerging economies, where potential hurdles include political risk, complex contracts and a lack of compatibility with funding structures in industrialised countries. The panel “Green finance in emerging and developing markets” at the Global Solutions Summit will discuss possible solutions and ways of systematic cooperation to overcome these challenges, taking the recommendations of the G20 Eminent Persons Group on Global Financial Governance as a starting point for the discussion.

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Experts

Michael Dittrich
Federal Environmental Foundation, Germany
Mafalda Duarte
Climate Investment Funds
Manuel Pulgar-Vidal
WWF International
Clean-IT: What can the G20 do to reduce the Carbon Footprint of IT?

Curated by the Hasso Plattner Institute

Digital technologies are indispensable to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals. Yet IT technology has an immense energy requirement for its countless computers and devices, its massive amounts of data and global networks. As a result, more CO2 is released today through digital technologies than all air traffic worldwide, and the energy consumption is increasing due to the rapid spread of digital solutions throughout the world. Every single data transfer consumes energy. Every new data center with its high-performance computers has to be supplied with tons of electricity, and large amounts of energy have to be cooled. Training a single AI model can emit as much carbon as five cars do throughout their lifespans. Deep learning, which trains AI applications, is not only computationally expensive, it is also highly energy intensive and has an immense carbon footprint. Research efforts must be drastically increased in order to find ways to make digital technologies more energy efficient and climate friendly. HPI launched the Clean-IT initiative to present new algorithmic approaches of how digital technologies can be part of the solution of climate crisis – not its accelerator.

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Experts

Christoph Meinel
Hasso Plattner Institute, Germany
Jochen Flasbarth
Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety
Salem Avan
United Nations
Mei Lin Fung
People Centered Internet
Richard Perez
University of Cape Town
Ann Rosenberg
SAP Next Gen
What can the G20 do to prepare the road to COP26 and ensure functioning global carbon markets?

If anything, the COVID-19 crisis adds another layer to the complexity and urgency of finding effective solutions in the fight against climate change. Although COP 26 has been postponed to 2021, the challenge for the presidents and heads of states set to meet in Scotland remains: They must agree on sufficiently strong plans to keep global greenhouse gas emissions within limits that prevent dangerous climate change – a challenge that was left unresolved in the hallmark 2015 Paris climate agreement and in climate talks since. Emissions cuts in all sectors of the economy will be required as will smart policies and incentives to enables these cuts. Although the massive financial emergency and stimulus packages that are currently put together in response to the COVID-19 pandemic can be a huge opportunity for driving investment into the zero-carbon transformation, they are also a huge liability if the bulk of the funding goes to high-carbon activities and prolongs their lifetime.

How should economic stimulus measures aimed at stabilising the world economy in the COVID-19 crisis be designed and implemented to support the transformation to zero carbon economies? What can the G20 to do inject dynamic and ambition into international climate talks? How can international coordination of carbon pricing systems, together with policies that enable a just zero carbon transition, increase the support for climate action and enable higher level of emission cuts?

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Experts

Ottmar Edenhofer
Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research
Amar Bhattacharya
Brookings Institution
Laurence Tubiana
European Climate Foundation
Engaging citizens in shaping policies fit for the future: from COVID-19 to climate emergency

Curated and produced by the Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce (RSA)

If, as many have argued, the COVID-19 crisis represents a critical juncture, state and non-state actors must work together to ensure a recovery that considers broader objectives than growth alone.

The discussion will especially focus on the broad public engagement and structured deliberation that can underpin sustained collective change across government, business and civil society. Learning from the growing number of citizens’ assemblies and conventions on climate action around the world, the aim of this global table is to highlight ways that governments at different levels can build a social and political mandate for climate policies through deliberative democratic processes and other participatory methods.

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Experts

Matthew Taylor
Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce
Nicole Curato
Centre for Deliberative Democracy & Global Governance, University of Canberra
Claire Mellier
Convention Citoyenne pour le Climat
Sumana Nandi
XR- Affinity Network of Asia
Rebecca Willis
Climate Assembly UK

Policy Briefs

Financing energy efficiency of buildings: Green instruments and policy guidance
Fang Zhang - Harvard Kennedy School and The Fletcher School, Fatih Yilmaz - King Abdullah Petroleum Studies and Research Center (KAPSARC), Kaliappa Kalirajan - Crawford School of Public Policy, Australian National University, Kelly Sims Gallagher - The Fletcher School, Nawaz Peerbocus - King Abdullah Petroleum Studies and Research Center (KAPSARC), Rishikesh Ram Bhandary - Research Fellow, Center for International Environment and Resource Policy, The Fletcher School, Tufts University, Venkatachalam Anbumozhi - Economic Research Institute for ASEAN and East Asia
A cost-effective pathway to a low-emissions transportation future
Anushree Majumdar - Council on Energy, Environment and Water, Dimpy Suneja - RMI India, Gabriel Collins - Rice University's Baker Institute for Public Policy, Geetika Dang - Sattva Consulting, Omar Al Harbi - Saudi Aramco, Puneet Kamboj - Council on Energy, Environment and Water, Rubal Dua - King Abdullah Petroleum Studies and Research Center (KAPSARC), Tamara Sheldon - University of South Carolina, Yagyavalk Bhatt - King Abdullah Petroleum Studies and Research Center (KAPSARC)
Toward a comprehensive approach to youth empowerment for climate action
Chioma Daisy Onyige - Global Young Academy, University of Port Harcourt, D.G. Webster - Dartmouth University, Leila Dagher - American University of Beirut, Lim Boon Han - Global Young Academy, Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman, Liz Canner - Astrea Media, Neeshad Shafi - Arab Youth Climate Movement, Neha - The Energy and Resources Institute, Noura Mansouri - King Abdullah Petroleum Studies and Research Center (KAPSARC), Nova Ahmad - Global Young Academy, North South University, Renard Siew - Global Young Academy, Centre for Governance and Political Studies, Sara Zaini - Emkan Education, Shabana Khan - Global Young Academy, Indian Research Academy, Shahad Almufti - Decision Support Center—Royal Court, Miranda Schreurs - Technical University of Munich
G20’s role in marine biodiversity – policy options and best practices for enhancing marine protected areas (MPA)
Fraddry D’Souza - Fellow, The Energy and Resources Institute, Swati Ganeshan - Fellow, The Energy and Resources Institute
Enhancing voluntary collaboration on cooling through the G20
Alessandro Lanza - LUISS University, Benoit Lebot - International Partnership for Energy Efficiency Cooperation (IPEEC), Karan Mangotra - TERI, Mashael Al Shalan - Aeon Collective, Maxime Beaugrand - Institute for Governance and Sustainable Development (IGSD), Mazhar Bari - Siemens, Moncef Krarti - University of Colorado, Natalia Odnoletkova - King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST), Nicholas Howarth - King Abdullah Petroleum Studies and Research Center (KAPSARC), Noura T. Al-Saud - Aeon Collective, Radhika Khosla - University of Oxford, Tadeusz Patzek - King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST), Thamir Al Shehri - King Abdullah Petroleum Studies and Research Center (KAPSARC), Yamina Saheb - OpenEXP
Measurement, reporting, verification, and certification of methane emissions from fossil fuel production and natural gas value chains
Bassam Fattouh - Director Oxford Institute for Energy Studies, UK, James Henderson - Director Natural Gas Research Programme, Oxford Institute for Energy Studies, UK, Jonathan Stern - Distinguished Research Fellow, Oxford Institute for Energy Studies, UK
Carbon price policies and international competitiveness in G20 countries
Abdulelah Darandary - King Abdullah Petroleum Studies and Research, Brantley Liddle - Energy Studies Institute, National University of Singapore, Ceyhun Mahmudlu - Department of Government, Cornell University, Fakhri J. Hasanov - King Abdullah Petroleum Studies and Research Center (KAPSARC), Jeyhun I. Mikayilov - King Abdullah Petroleum Studies and Research Center (KAPSARC), Nicholas Apergis - College of Business, Law and Social Sciences, University of Derby, Ryan Alyamani - King Abdullah Petroleum Studies and Research Center (KAPSARC)
Does a climate-constrained world need nuclear energy?
Adnan Shihab-Eldin - Kuwait Foundation for the Advancement of Sciences (KFAS), Kuwait, Charles McCombie - Arius Association, Switzerland, H-Holger Rogner - International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA), Austria, Noura Y. Mansouri - King Abdullah Petroleum Studies and Research Center (KAPSARC), Robert J. Budnitz - Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, University of California, USA, Robert N. Schock - Center for Global Security Research, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, USA
Promoting carbon-neutral hydrogen through UNFCCC and national-level policies
Adnan Shihab-Eldin - Kuwait Foundation for the Advancement of Sciences (KFAS), Kuwait, Antoine Rostand - Kearney Energy Transition Institute, Axel Michaelowa - University of Zurich, Claude Mandil - former IEA Executive Director, Richard Forrest - Kearney Energy Transition Institute, Romain Debarre - Kearney Energy Transition Institute, Sonja Butzengeiger - Perspectives Climate Research
Nature-based solutions to climate change: Towards a blue carbon economy future
Carlos M. Duarte - KAUST, Manal Abdelrahim Osman - National Council for Environment, Mrinal Mathur - TERI, Noura Y. Mansouri - King Abdullah Petroleum Studies and Research Center (KAPSARC), Ralph Chami - IMF, Yatish Lele - TERI
Achieving net-zero in the G20: A novel supply-side climate policy to value carbon sinks
Eli Mitchell-Larson - Environmental Change Institute, University of Oxford, Paul Zakkour - Carbon Counts / King Abdullah Petroleum Studies and Research Center (KAPSARC), Wolfgang Heidug - Formerly King Abdullah Petroleum Studies and Research Center (KAPSARC)
A carbon management system of innovation: Towards a circular carbon economy
Alma Alhusseini - King Abdullah Petroleum Studies and Research Center (KAPSARC), Liubov Yaroshenko - En+ Group, Maroua Benlahrech - Qatar University, Masakazu Toyoda - Institute of Energy Economics, Japan, Mashael S. Alshalan - Aeon Collective, Noura T. Al-Saud - Aeon Collective, Noura Y. Mansouri - King Abdullah Petroleum Studies and Research Center (KAPSARC), Radia Sedaoui - Economic Commission of Western Asia (UN-ESCWA), Yoshikazu Kobayashi - Institute of Energy Economics, Japan
Addressing climate-related financial risks and overcoming barriers to scaling-up sustainable investment
Irene Monasterolo - Vienna University of Economics and Business, Ulrich Volz - SOAS University of London
Targeting pollution to improve health and mitigate climate change: The G20 “Safeguarding the planet” agenda – a call for action
Laura Schaefli - Global Alliance on Health and Pollution, Rachael Kupka - Global Alliance on Health and Pollution, Richard Fuller - Global Alliance on Health and Pollution
Displaced populations due to environmental perils: The challenge of climate migrants for the G20 community
John Thwaites - Monash Sustainable Development Institute (SDI), Monash University, Melbourne, Australia, Syed Munir Khasru - Institute for Policy, Advocacy, and Governance (IPAG)
Coastal challenges: Mainstreaming climate action in the G20 development agenda
Christian Otto - Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research, M. Tabitha Benney - University of Utah, Markus Zimmer - Allianz Research, Marzio Galeotti - University of Milan, King Abdullah Petroleum Studies and Research Center (KAPSARC), Prasoon Singh - The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI), India, Radia Sedaoui - Economic Commission of Western Asia (UN-ESCWA), Wilfred Lunga - Human Sciences Research Council (HSRC), South Africa
Trade and climate change: A key agenda for the G20
Aaron Cosbey - Small World Consulting, Axel Berger - German Development Institute / Deutsches Institut für Entwicklungspolitik (DIE), Clara Brandi - German Development Institute / Deutsches Institut für Entwicklungspolitik (DIE), Ilaria Espa - University Lugano, Jean-Frédéric Morin - Laval University, Manfred Elsig - World Trade Institute (WTI), University of Bern, Susanne Droege - German Institute for International and Security Affairs (SWP)
A cost-effective low-carbon framework to manage emissions from water desalination
Alexander Brodsky - George Mason University, Hussameldin Khonkar - King Abdulaziz City for Science and Technology, John Lienhard - Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Khulood A. Rambo - Assistant Professor of Informatics, Visiting Scholar at MIT Effat University Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, Malak Al-Nory - Effat University, Mohammed Antar - King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals, Sa’d Shannak - Texas A&M, Stephen Graves - Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Managing global transport energy use and emissions through technology, policy, and collaborative initiatives
Baha M. Al-Alawi - Senior Manager of Market and Industry Analysis, CALSTART, USA, Thomas H. Bradley - Woodward Professor, Energy Institute, and Chair, Department of Systems Engineering, Colorado State University, USA, Timothy C. Coburn - Renewable & Sustainable Energy Institute, University of Colorado
The integration of climate action into economic development and stimulus measures: Policy options for the G20
Aisha Al-Sarihi - King Abdullah Petroleum Studies and Research Center (KAPSARC), Helena Wright - Worldwide Fund for Nature (WWF), Salaheddine Soummane - King Abdullah Petroleum Studies and Research Center (KAPSARC)
A G20 circular carbon economy: policies and practices to foster circularity in plastics
Rachel A. Meidl - Baker Institute for Public Policy, Shilpi Kapur Bakshi - The Energy and Resources Institute, Souvik Bhattacharjya - The Energy and Resources Institute
Covid-19 recovery: How the G20 can accelerate sustainable energy transitions in the power sector by supporting the private sector
Alexander Gard-Murray - Harvard University, Charles F. Kutscher - Renewable & Sustainable Energy Institute, University of Colorado, Chul Ju Kim - Asian Development Bank Institute (ADBI), Jeffrey Logan - Renewable & Sustainable Energy Institute, University of Colorado, Mari Luomi - Independent expert, Nella Sri Hendriyetty - Asian Development Bank Institute, Robert T. McGrath - Renewable & Sustainable Energy Institute, University of Colorado, Tanzeed Alam - Earth Matters Consulting, Timothy C. Coburn - Renewable & Sustainable Energy Institute, University of Colorado, William Toor - Renewable & Sustainable Energy Institute, University of Colorado, Yong Jun Baek - Asian Development Bank Institute (ADBI)
Climate change induced migration: Informing policy on the internal migration
Juhi Bansal - The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI), Kavya Michael - The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI)
Forest and food solutions for the climate crisis
John Kirton - Munk School of Global Affairs and Public Policy at Trinity College, University of Toronto
Integrated policies to improve the Energy-Water-Food System Nexus to achieve the SDGS
Carlo Andrea Bollino - Perugia Energy Environment Research Center (CREEP), University of Perugia, King Abdullah Petroleum Studies and Research Center (KAPSARC), Marzio Galeotti - University of Milan, King Abdullah Petroleum Studies and Research Center (KAPSARC), Suresh Babu - International Food Policy Research Institute, Venkatachalam Anbumozhi - Economic Research Institute for ASEAN and East Asia, Yamaji Eiji - The University of Tokyo
The WEF Nexus approach: An imperative enabler for sustainable development in the MENA Region
Khalid Nahar Alrwis - King Saud University, Riyadh Economic Forum, Waleed Khalil Al-Zubari - Arabian Gulf University
Promoting energy market stability in a transitioning world
Axel Pierru - King Abdullah Petroleum Studies and Research Center (KAPSARC), Hossa Almutairi - King Abdullah Petroleum Studies and Research Center (KAPSARC), Kenneth B. Medlock III - Center for Energy Studies, Rice University’s Baker Institute
Integrated nexus policies for sustainable and resilient energy, water, and food systems
Jeff Logan - Joint Institute for Strategic Energy Analysis (JISEA), Jill Engel-Cox - Joint Institute for Strategic Energy Analysis (JISEA), Jordan Cox - Joint Institute for Strategic Energy Analysis (JISEA), Krishna Kumar - Research and Information System for Developing Countries (RIS), Layla Saleh - Khalifa University, Olivier Durand-Lasserve - King Abdullah Petroleum Studies and Research Center (KAPSARC), Pramod Kumar Anand - Research and Information System for Developing Countries (RIS), Toufic Mezher - Khalifa University, Tsisilile Igogo - Joint Institute for Strategic Energy Analysis (JISEA)
Scaling sustainable agricultural practices
José Luis Chicoma - Ethos Public Policy Lab, Laure Delalande - Ethos Public Policy Lab
Responsible large-scale agricultural investments in and by G20 countries: A call for more transparency
Angela Harding - Land Matrix Initiative, University of Pretoria, Insa Flachsbarth - German Institute for Global and Area Studies (GIGA), Jann Lay - Acting Director of the GIGA Institute of African Affairs Lead Research Fellow RP 3, Jeremy Bourgoin - Centre de Coopération Internationale en Recherche Agronomique pour le Développement (CIRAD), Kerstin Nolte - Leibniz University Hannover, Ward Anseeuw - International Land Coalition (ILC), Centre de Coopération Internationale en Recherche Agronomique pour le Développement (CIRAD)
Refreshing global energy security policy and infrastructure for the energy transition
Kenneth B. Medlock III - Center for Energy Studies, Rice University’s Baker Institute, Mark Finley - Center for Energy Studies, Rice University’s Baker Institute, Morgan Bazilian - Payne Institute for Public Policy, Colorado School of Mines, Steven Griffiths - Senior Vice President, Research and Development, Khalifa University
Adaptive policy to leverage hydrogen in the energy transition
Alena Fargere - SWEN Capital Partners, Carlo Andrea Bollino - Perugia Energy Environment Research Center (CREEP), University of Perugia, King Abdullah Petroleum Studies and Research Center (KAPSARC), James G. Carton - Dublin City University, Maxime Schenckery - IFP School - Center for Energy Economics and Management, IFPEN, Rami Shabaneh - King Abdullah Petroleum Studies and Research Centre (KAPSARC), Yena Chae - Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST)
Embracing innovation to meet food systems challenges
Aishah Alatawi - University of Tabuk, Akhter Ahmed - International Food Policy Research Institute, Angharad M. R. Gatehouse - Newcastle University, Channing Arndt - International Food Policy Research Institute, Felix Moronta-Barrios - International Center for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology, GYA, Judy Chambers - International Food Policy Research Institute, Martin G. Edward - Newcastle University, Mohammed Issa Alahmdi - University of Tabuk, Patricia Zambrano - International Food Policy Research Institute, Rui Benfica - International Food Policy Research Institute
Bioeconomy: A sustainable development strategy
Eduardo Trigo - Interamerican Institute for Cooperation on Agriculture (IICA), Federico Villarreal - Federico Villarreal, Director of Cooperation at IICA., Hugo Chavarría - Hemispheric Program of Bioeconomy and Productive Development, International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI), Pablo Elverdin - Group of Producing Countries of the Southern Cone (GPS), Valeria Piñeiro - International Food Policy Research Institute
The true cost of food
David Laborde - International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI), Marie Parent - International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI), Valeria Piñeiro - International Food Policy Research Institute
Sector coupling, regulatory convergence and climate change
Baltasar Manzano - University of Vigo, Juan Jose Montero - Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia, Lester C. Hunt - University of Portsmouth, Matthias Finger - Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Nora Nezamuddin - King Abdullah Petroleum Studies and Research Center (KAPSARC), Rolando Fuentes - EGADE Business School–Tec de Monterrey
Enhanced water security and energy access: Key investments for Sub-Saharan Africa
Abdulaziz M. Alqarawy - King Abdulaziz University, Bridget Scanlon - University of Texas, Claudia Ringler - International Food Policy Research Institute, Gabriel Collins - Rice University's Baker Institute for Public Policy, Lama Yaseen - King Abdullah Petroleum Studies and Research Center (KAPSARC), Paul Orengoh - African Ministers’ Council on Water, William Brent - Power for All
Framing energy and minerals for future pathways
Kwame Awuah-Offei - Missouri University of Science & Technology, Michaels S. Moats - Missouri University of Science and Technology, Michelle Michot Foss - Rice University’s Baker Institute for Public Policy
Promoting human-centric technologies and the urban NEXUS to address the Water-Energy-Food (WEF) sustainability challenges of smart cities
Abdullah M. Al-Abed - King Saud University, Daniela Diegelmann - Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung, Ghadah Aldabbagh - King Abdulaziz University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Gideon Kofi Agbley - University for Development Studies, Hammou Laamrani - League of Arab States, Jauad El Kharraz - Middle East Desalination Research Center, Kamal Tumi - Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Majed Mohammed Mustafa Hallawani - King Saud University, Nikos Dimitriou - National Centre for Scientific Research “Demokritos”, Ziad A Alameddine - King Saud University
Global food and water security, trade and market stability
Valeria Piñeiro - International Food Policy Research Institute , Pablo Elverdin - Group of Producing Countries of the Southern Cone (GPS), Martin Piñeiro - Argentine Council of International Relations (CARI), Estefania Puricelli - University of Maryland, Department of Geographical Sciences, Marcelo Regunaga - Graduate Program on Agribusiness, University of Buenos Aires, Federico Villareal - National Scientific and Technical Research Council, Instituto de Geografía, Universidad de Buenos Aires
Bioeconomy: A Sustainable Development Strategy
Hugo Chavarría - Hemispheric Program of Bioeconomy and Productive Development, International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI), Eduardo J. Trigo - Ministry of Agroindustry, Argentina, Pablo Elverdin - Group of Producing Countries of the Southern Cone (GPS), Valeria Piñeiro - International Food Policy Research Institute , Federico Villareal - National Scientific and Technical Research Council, Instituto de Geografía, Universidad de Buenos Aires

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