3rd international BNS Workshop Bremen Dec. 2007

3rd international BORDA BNS Workshop "Climate and Development"

From the 5th to 6th of December 2007 the 3rd International BORDA Basic Needs Services (BNS) Workshop titled "Climate and Development" was held in Bremen.

“Are poverty reduction and climate protection compatible? Or does the high priority attached to climate protection rather hinder forward-looking development policies? Are there any innovative approaches that show potential to address both issues positively? Are current climate change related investments reaching the poor? Can poverty reduction programmes contribute to world climate protection?”


Important Statements during the 3rd International BNS Worshop

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What we found exciting

Important statements during the 3. International BNS Workshop "Climate AND Development”

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Keynotes (1)

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Dr. Michael Buchwitz
Universität Bremen, Germany

„Sensing Greenhouse Gas Emissions from a Satellite’s Eye“

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Keynotes (2)

 
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Prof. Jörg Imberger
Western University Australia

„The Genie is out of the Bottle: Misconceptions and Options for a Response“

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Hydro Power for Decentralised Energy Supply (1)

 
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Nguyen Tanh Tung
Vietnam Hydro Power Centre (HPC)

“Experiences With South-South Cooperation: China, India and Lao”

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Hydro Power for Decentralised Energy Supply (2)

 
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Stanzin Tsephel
LEDeG, India

“Challenges and Opportunities In The Western Himalaya – A NGO’s Grassroot Perspective”

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Hydro Power for Decentralised Energy Supply (3)

 
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Hedi Feibel
ENTEC AG, Switzerland

"Mini Hydro Power as Contribution to Environmental and Development Goals"

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Solar Energy (1)

 
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Dr. Ekkehard Nauman
Alternative Energy Development Board, Government of Pakistan

“ROSHAN PAKISTAN Environmentally Sound Poverty Alleviation? Rural
Electrification of 400 Villages Through Solar Energy”

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Solar Energy (2)

 
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Andy Schröter
Director, Sunlabob Rural Energy Ltd., Lao P.D.R.

“From Photovoltaics to Village Hybrid – Scaling up Rural Energy Supply with a Franchise Concept”

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Waste to Energy (1)

 
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Mantopi Lebofa
TED, Lesotho, Afrika

„Biogas in Household Sanitation“

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Waste to Energy (2)

 
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Gerhard Kopiske
UTEC, Bremen, Germany

„Industrial Biogas Plants for Agro-Industries in Developing Countries“

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Wind Energy – Ready for Small Scale?

 
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Norbert Giese
Siemens Wind Power, Bremen, Germany

„Potential of Small and Medium Scale Wind Energy for Development Cooperation“

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Supplying Water with Hydro Power (1)

 
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Prof. Chi Ma
ZUT, China

„Decentralized Water Supply with the Hydraulic Ram – Sustaining Dissemination with CDM“

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Supplying Water with Hydro Power (2)

 
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Charlotte Kautt
Consultant, Germany

„Decentralized Water Supply with the Hydraulic Ram – Assessing Benefits and Impacts"

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Innovative Financing for Basic Needs Services (1)


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Kajetan Hetzer,
SNS REAAL Water Fund, NL

"Sanitation Investments - Upscaling From Sustainability To Bankability Of Projects”

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Innovative Financing for Basic Needs Services (2)

 
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Robert Müller,
Atmosfair

„Funding of Climate Change Mitigation Projects“

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Innovative Financing for Basic Needs Services (3)

 
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Dr. Maritta Koch-Weser,
GEXSI, Berlin

“Linking Charitable Donors, Entrepreneurs and Investors for Sustainable Development - Global Exchange for Social Investment”

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