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CLIMATE CHANGE AND ENERGY TRANSITION ON THE MEDITERRANEAN

The Mediterranean region is a hot spot of climate change, dominated by a significant warming, a sharp decrease in average annual rainfall, and an increase in the probability of occurrence of flood- and drought-prone events. The Mediterranean region is under pressure from significant increase in the population and its quality of life. Current economic practices and policies primarily follow conventional development models that result in higher emissions, the depletion of natural resources, growing ecological deficits and the externalization of social and environmental impacts. This pressures contributes to the over-exploitation of already scarce water resources and to an increase in energy demand for which supply is not always ensured. A long-term strategy is required to support sustainable economic growth while at the same time improving living conditions, social equity and preserving the environment. Energy generation must evolve toward sustainable trajectories  in the Mediterranean.

This conference is supported by MISTRALS (Mediterranean Integrated Studies at Regional And Local Scales), an interdisciplinary research program led by CNRS in association with ADEME, CEA, IFREMER, INRA, IRD, IRSTEA, Météo-France.

>> The objective of the workshop is to bring a cross-look research, industrial, public authorities on an implementation of a sustainable energy transition and compatible with international negotiations.

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Each half-a-day session will focus on a plenary presenting a keynote, and 4 workshops in parallel between which the participant will be able to choose.
The goal of the workshops is to promote cross-fertilization debate.

Poster sessions will be open during the breaks between “Keynote presentation" and “workshop”.

 

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QUESTION 1:

HOW IS THE CLIMATE CHANGING IN THE MEDITERRANEAN AND WHAT ARE THE EXPECTED IMPACTS?

Keynote presentation :

››  How the Mediterranean climate evolution compares with the global trend?

Workshops :

››  How does the Mediterranean Sea control the regional climate and resources?
››  How does climate change affect energy resources and demand in the Mediterranean?
››  Is there a need for Mediterranean climate services for energy?
››  What could be the consequences for water/ energy nexus?

QUESTION 2:

HAS A MEDITERRANEAN IDENTITY EMERGED IN INTERNATIONAL CLIMATE NEGOTIATIONS?

Keynote presentation :

››  What are the consequences for the Mediterranean countries of the COP24 outcome on the Paris Accord implementation rules?

Workshops :

››  The Mediterranean identity in the COPs.
››  The Blue Economy: who, when, where?
››  Economic Cooperation: from Europe to Africa.
››  INDC in the Mediterranean Countries: case studies.

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QUESTION 3:

WHAT ARE THE ADAPTATION AND MITIGATION CHALLENGES IN THE ENERGY SECTOR?

Keynote presentation :

››  Do we have the tools to evaluate energy strategies in the Mediterranean region?

Workshops :

››  Changing landscape: energy scenarios.
››  Supra-regional partnerships for energy transition in the Mediterranean: DESERTEC
››  Clean energy for Mediterranean islands.
››  Financing the energy transition.

QUESTION 4:

WHAT «4.0» SOLUTIONS CAN ENSURE A SUSTAINABLE ENERGY TRANSITION THAT IS COMPATIBLE WITH INTERNATIONAL NEGOTIATIONS?

Keynote presentation :

››  How to invent change in sustainable energy?

Workshops :

›› North-South Mediterranean electricity grid development contrast.
›› Mediterranean regulatory framework.
›› Carbon regulation and stranded assets: what we do with oil and gas?
›› Mobilizing the Mediterranean citizens in renewable energy development.

 

 

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Objectifs: 
Identify the main challenges in the years ahead
Contribute in the marketplace of ideas
Discuss potential sustainable solutions
Bannière: 
CLIMATE CHANGE AND ENERGY TRANSITION ON THE MEDITERRANEAN
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Non
Prénom et nom: 
Claire ACCAD claire.accad@polytechnique.edu
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01 69 59 66 69
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0
Pour qui ?: 
Researchers / Industrials / Public stakeholders
Dates des sessions (libre): 
November, 21st & 22nd 2019
Langue: 
English
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Trailer
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The systemic complexity of energy transition in a region under such high anthropogenic pressure has led the multi-agencies MISTRALS program on the Mediterranean, to joint efforts with the École Polytechnique and its Executive Education in order to organize this workshop where researchers of various expertise will meet with public stakeholders and industrials, in a collective analysis of the energy transition pathways for the Mediterranean countries in the context of climate change.

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Inscription Fees
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Researchers and Academics: supported by MISTRALS

Public stakeholders: 600 € incl.taxes

Companies & Industrials: 1200 € incl.taxes

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Registrations
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* Please note that registrations will be subject to availability. Seatting limited

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Useful Informations
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Scientific Commitee
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 ››  Philippe DrobinskiCentre National de Recherche Scientifique (CNRS) & École Polytechnique, France

 ››  Abdelghani Chehbouni Mohammed VI Polytechnic University, Morocco

 ››  Anna Creti University Paris-Dauphine, France

 ››  Gianmaria Sannino Italian National Agency for New Technologies, Energy and Sustainable Economic Development (ENEA), Italy

 ››  Víctor Homar Santaner University of the Balearic Islands, Spain

 ››  Guilhem VidiellaÉcole Polytechnique Executive Education, France

 ››  Robert VautardCentre National de Recherche Scientifique (CNRS), France

 ››  Jordi Badosa FranchÉcole Polytechnique, France

 ››  Alexis TantetÉcole Polytechnique, France

 ››  Yves TramblayInstitut de Recherche pour le Développement (IRD), France

 ››  Imma Bastida Valbuena École Polytechnique Executive Education, France

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                                                                                                                              ------------------------------------       DAY 1      -------------------------------------

Michal Kurtyka : COP24 president, Secretary of State in the Polish Environment Ministry, complementing his Energy Ministry function - Poland

Fatima Driouech : Vice-Chair for the Working Group I at the the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC); Co-Chair of Focus Area 1 of the Commission Climatology - World Meteorological Organization (WMO) ; Executive coordinator of the Adaptation Metrics and Techniques cluster - University Mohammed VI Polytechnic

Gianmiaria Sannino : Head of the Climate Modelling Laboratory and Impacts at the Italian National Agency for New Technologies, Energy and Sustainable Economic Development (ENEA)

Michelle van Vliet : Research fellow in the Earth Surface Hydrology group - Global change impacts and adaptation in relation to water resources availability - Water quality for different sector uses and ecosystems - Utrecht University

Ad de Roo : DGl at the Joint Research Centre (JRC); Global Fresh Water Resources project leader (JRC - European Commission) ; Professor - Utrecht University - Neatherlands

Albert Soret Miravet : Earth system Services Group Leader at BSC (Barcelona Supercomputing Center)

Grammenos Mastrojeni : Diplomat - Deputy Secretary General of the Union for the Mediterranean Climate Energy Actions (Barcelona); Chair of UN Mountains/Mountain Partnership; Co-Chair of the Global Island Partnership; Professor of Sustainability, and Environment and Geostrategy at various Universities, Superior Schools, and Think Tanks

Federico Pontoni : Centre for Research on Energy and Environmental Economics and Policy - University of Bocconi (Italy); Research Fellow: Centre for Geography, Resources, Environment, Energy and Networks (GREEN)

Elen Lemaitre-Curri : PLan Bleu Director - Mediterranean Action Plan (MAP) of the United Nation Environement Program (UNEP)

Lola Vallejo : Climate Programme Director at "Institut indépendant de recherche sur les politiques et plateforme de dialogue multi-acteurs" (IDDRI)

                                                                                                                               ------------------------------------       DAY 2      -------------------------------------

Giorgio Graditi : Chair of the Mediterranean Association of National Agencies for Energy Management (Medener) ; Head of Photovoltaic Systems and Smart Grid Unit in the Italian National Agency for New Technologies, Energy and Sustainable Economic Development (ENEA)

Badr IKKEN : DG of the "Institut de Recherche en Energie Solaire et Energies Nouvelles" (IRESEN) - Morocco

Silvia Pariente-David : Senior advisor and consultant on energy and climate change issues. Lead author of the 1st MedECC Assessment Report: Water, Food and energy (MISTRALS)

Blanca Moreno-Dobson : Lead Economist, Manager of the Center for Mediterranean Integration (CMI) - The World Bank

Houda Allal : CEO at the "Observatoire méditerranéen de l’énergie" (OME)

Alkisti Florou : DAFNI Network of Sustainable Greek Islands representative

Mounssif Aderkaoui : Director of Studies and Financial Forecast- Ministry of Economy, Finance and Administration Reform of The Morocco Kingdom

Philippe Adam : Secretary General at the International Council on Large Electric Systems (CIGRE) - France

Benoit Esnault : Co-Chair of the Electricity Working Group at the Association of Mediterranean Energy Regulators (MEDREG)

Isabelle Dalsace : Vice-President General Affairs at TOTAL Exploitation and Production for the Middle East / North Africa Division

Grégoire de Saivre : Vice-President of the Strategy Markets and Merge and Acquisition dicision at the TOTAL branch Gas, Renewables and Power (GRP)

Etienne Anglès d’Auriac : Vice-President of the Climate in the Strategy and Climate division of Total*

Maëlle Guillou : Project Officer - international cooperation at ENERCOOP network

Charafat Afailal : Minister in charge of water in the Moroccan government between 2013 and 2018 and is currently an expert consultant on water and climate.

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