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  • NEW: 4-5 April 2020: Global Health & Innovation Conference - At this 17th annual conference, learn from more than 200 speakers who are committed to effective, responsible programs in health, development, entrepreneurship, and education. More information...
Ensus-2020
  • NEW: 12-14 May 2020: ENSUS 2020 - O ENSUS reúne professores, técnicos, alunos e comunidade que buscam pela sustentabilidade integrada aos projetos e ao desenvolvimento de novos produtos, nas áreas de Arquitetura, Engenharia e Design. More information... - (English version) DA PANDEMIA COVID 19, O ENSUS 2020 SERÁ REALIZADO ONLINE (FROM PANDEMIA COVID 19, ENSUS 2020 WILL BE HELD ONLINE)
  • NEW: 23-26 June 2020: ASES SOLAR 20/20 - In conjunction with the U.S. Department of Energy’s Solar Decathlon, the American Solar Energy Society is sponsoring the global event, SOLAR 20/20. Hear the latest information on climate change, as well as learn about amazing technology and market advances by innovators and financiers. This will be a push by everyone across the political spectrum for more control of our energy choices to reduce associated costs. NEW:  SOLAR 20/20 will happen over the same dates, but as a virtual event. More information...

International conferencesEdit

  • CANCELED 29 June - 01 July 2020 (Frieburg): International Energy Workshop - More information...
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See also: Global Calendar of Events and past events in Papua New Guinea

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  • March 2006: From Papua New Guinea’s leading daily newspaper, the Post-Courier: Technology using sunlight, aluminum foil and cardboard boxes could replace firewood as fuel for cooking, says RiftOil chief executive Jenni Lean. Mrs. Lean, the only female chief executive of an oil exploration company in the male dominated industry in the country, said she would like to introduce this simple technology to the women and children of Papua New Guinea so that it could save them time from collecting firewood. "As well as being hard on the environment, the use of firewood means a lot of trees are cut down around Port Moresby which could otherwise provide shade and an environment for people and wildlife," she said. She would like to work with women’s organizations such as the Girl Guides and others so that local people can make their own decisions as to their value and use in Papua New Guinea. Solar cookers are made of a cardboard box covered with aluminum foil and shaped so that sunlight reflects on a black pot with the food in it. Mrs. Lean said this should be inexpensive and useful for cooking when there is sunlight. "Even if they are only used [on sunny days], they should make women’s and children’s lives a bit easier here," she said. "They have been successfully introduced in Africa. Where people have easy access to the bush, they may not want to bother learning this new way of cooking, but where fuel is scarce, the motivation may well be there to make them work." She said she had cooked chicken and rice in her cooker using just the sun. Mrs. Lean was part of the senior management team that founded Austral Pacific Energy Ltd, a successful oil and gas company based in New Zealand.

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