Martin Bamford – Founder & CEO Of Bamford Media, Chartered Financial Planner Key Topics: Strategic Financial Planning, Pensions, Personal Finance, Investment Location: Cranleigh, Surrey, UK Bio: Martin is a Chartered Financial Planner, Fellow of the Personal Finance Society and SOLLA Accredited Later Life Adviser at Informed Choice, the award-winning firm of Chartered Financial Planners in Surrey.
Mark Z. Jacobson – Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Stanford University Key Topics: Clean Energy, Renewable Energy; Air Pollution; Climate Location: Stanford, CA, USA Bio: Mark Z. Jacobson is Director of the Atmosphere/Energy Program and Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Stanford University. He is also a Senior Fellow
Taylor Kuykendall – Energy Reporter – Coal – at S&P Global Market Intelligence Key Topics: Energy, Coal, Regulation, The Future of Energy Location: Charlottesville, VA, USA Bio: Taylor Kuykendall is a journalist interested in energy, science, policies, and politics. He researches a variety of news topics on coal companies covered by S&P Global Market
Daniel Cohan – Associate professor of Environmental Engineering at Rice University Key Topics: Air pollution; air quality management; life cycle emissions; trends in renewable energy and fossil fuels; climate policy; interactions between air pollution and climate; decarbonization of energy; carbon capture and storage; carbon taxes; cap-and-trade Location: Houston, TX Bio: Associate
Kees van der Leun – Director at Ecofys – a Navigant company Key Topics: Sustainable Energy, Renewable Energy, Energy Efficiency, Climate Change, Energy Policy Location: Utrecht Area, Netherlands Bio: All round dedicated sustainable energy expert with 30 years of experience in the field: consultant, business developer, manager, strategist. Renewable energy, energy efficiency,
The bulk of the world’s energy mix is made up by fossil fuels (coal, oil and gas). These fossil fuels produce carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases which are the fundamental driver of climate change. Carbon emissions are not only causing environmental problems, but health problems as well. The World Health Organisation estimates that