This seminar was co-hosted with Rio Tinto

Professor Jiankun He, former executive vice President of Tsinghua University, and Director of the Institute of Low Carbon Economy at Tsinghua; and Professor Can Wang, Professor and Chair of Environmental Planning and Managaement, School of Environment, Tsinghua University

Professor He: "China's Intended Nationally Determined Contribution (INDC): Targets and Policies"
Professor Wang: "The Energy-Water Nexus in China: Managing the links between energy and water for a sustainable future"

About UQEI Energy Express Seminar Series

Welcome to the 2017 UQEI Energy Express Seminar Series! We again look forward to providing you with an opportunity to continue your participation at informative and topical seminars that will open and promote discussion amongst us all.

In offering the Energy Express Seminars, we aim to bring multidisciplinary research capability together on some of the significant energy challenges facing today’s world and connect that capability with industry and government partners. The series is designed to provide a regular forum to present and discuss a range of energy-related topics and themes. They are open events, and bring together industry, government, and the broader UQ community including academics, researchers, students and alumni.

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All seminars will be held in the Sir Llew Edwards Auditorium, starting at 6.00pm, with light refreshments to follow. Guest speakers will be announced in due course.

Month Date Guest Speaker
February Thursday 22  
March Thursday 22  
April Thursday 19  
May Thursday 17 (tbc)  
June Thursday 21  
July Thursday 26 (tbc)  
August Thursday 23 (tbc)  
September Thursday 20 (tbc)  
October Thursday 18 (tbc)  
November Thursday 22