Meet the Energy Leaders

As inspiration for scientists, policy makers, entrepreneurs and students the Delft Energy Initiative organizes in the series ‘Meet the Energy Leaders’ a guest lecture by professor emeritus Jorgen Randers; Former President BI Norwegian Business School; Full member of The Club of Rome.

 

Date: Monday 13 February
Time: 12:40-13:40 (free lunch 1215)
Location: TU Delft; faculty of 3mE; hall A (changed room); Mekelweg 2
Moderator: professor Kornelis Blok

More detailed information in the link below:
http://www.tudelft.nl/en/research/thematic-cooperation/delft-research-based-initiatives/delft-energy-initiative/news/article/detail/meet-the-energy-leaders-joergen-randers-from-the-club-of-rome/

Registration can be done via link:
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdBFEF5VLslf8wEzimp5NE6z8HNvgXTTsBMLEnbYNXxqNP-dQ/viewform

Below is a short CV of Jorgen:

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Biography
Jorgen Randers (born 1945) is professor of climate strategy at the Norwegian Business School, where he works on climate and energy issues, scenario analysis and system dynamics. He lectures widely at home and abroad on sustainable development issues – particularly on the future and climate change – for all types of corporate and non-corporate audiences.

Jorgen Randers has spent one third of his life in academia, one third in business and on third in the NGO world. He is non-executive member of several corporate boards in Norway, including the state owned Postal Service. He also sits on the sustainability council of The Dow Chemical Company in the US and Astra Zeneca in the UK.

He was President of the Norwegian Business School BI 1981 – 89, and Deputy Director General of WWF International (World Wide Fund for Nature) in Switzerland 1994 – 99. He chaired the Commission on Low Greenhouse Gas Emissions who reported in 2006 to the Norwegian cabinet on how Norway can cut is climate gas emissions by two thirds by 2050.

He has written a number of books and scientific papers. He co-authored The Limits to Growth in 1972 and its sequels in 1992 and 2004. In 2012 he published 2052 – A Global Forecast for the Next Forty Years, which is now available in 8 languages in more than 100.000 copies.

He has received many prizes and awards, including an honorary doctorate from the Anglia Ruskin University in Cambridge UK. He is a full member of the Club of Rome.

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