The session will tackle the challenge to reduce emissions from sectors consisting of many actors and/or with a low rate of renewal of the existing capital stock. The session will focus on agriculture, shipping and domestic heating. All these sectors face challenges to reduce both emissions of air pollutants and of greenhouse gases.
For these sectors relatively modest improvements have been reached thus far. Because regulation primarily focuses on new stables, new ships, and new heating appliances, also in coming decades a large share of emissions will come from these existing sources.
So how can we reduce emissions from these existing sources? What technical options are, or will soon be, available? How can non-technical measures be stimulated? What means could be used to promote changing diets, reducing transport demand, and switching to clean and carbon-neutral heating? How to improve awareness rising? How to regulate existing sources? What would be the “right” price for food, heating and transport? What knowledge development is needed? Which policy networks are needed?
This working group will be divided into three separate subgroups during part of the day: Shipping, Agriculture and Domestic Heating.
Rob Maas firstname.lastname@example.org
Christer Ågren email@example.com
Presentation at the Wednesday plenary session
WG5 Sectors & Solutions.pdf Pdf, 124 kB.
Reports from the working groups
Sectors and Solutions - Shipping sector summary.pdf Pdf, 89 kB.
Sectors and solutions – Domestic solid-fuel heating.pdf Pdf, 249 kB.
Sectors and solutions – Agriculture Group.pdf Pdf, 182 kB. (updated 31 May 2018)
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