This discussion with Ms. Kirsty Gogan, Co-Founder and Global Director, Energy for Humanity focused on deep decarbonization and the intersection of environmentalism and nuclear technology
This workshop will discuss how energy systems are evolving towards low-carbon systems, what the future of energy market needs are, the changing regulatory framework, and how advanced reactor developers are taking these into account in their designs.
In April, Kirsty Gogan, director of EFH was invited to Sweden, where having a totally clean electricity grid is a nice problem to have.
Is it possible to meet our climate targets by 2050 without nuclear energy? The Nuclear Elephant Symposium will explore this question and more.
Join us at the Energy Summit 2016 where the industry’s foremost business leaders, policy-makers, international investors, regulators, innovators and academics will gather for a series of hard hitting debates that will determine the future of energy.
At the COP 21 Climate Summit in Paris, Energy for Humanity organised and hosted a series of high profile, well-attended events, including a major press conference for four of the world’s most renowned climate scientists.
In the final weeks building up to COP 21 in Paris, the White House sends a diplomatic message as the Obama Administration works towards a global climate agreement.
Welcome to the Oxford Climate Forum, the UK’s largest student-led climate change conference, bringing leading thinkers and doers under one roof to discuss the key environmental challenges facing the global community
Check out Kirsty’s slide deck from her recent keynote (September 2016).
Energy for Humanity has been campaigning against the Green Party’s Initiative for a premature nuclear phase-out in Switzerland.
Since 2012, the global management consultancy McKinsey has a mandate for monitoring the German energy transition. Every six months, a …
Energy for Humanity has been shortlisted for a prestigious Business Green Leaders NGO of the Year Award.
Kirsty Gogan says the reopening of the nuclear debate in Australia is good news for the coal-dependent country
Video: EFH Director, Kirsty Gogan asked Energy & Climate Minister for his view on advanced nuclear. His answer may surprise you.
Sixty six eminent conservation scientists have signed an open letter entreating the environmental community to support evidence-based energy policy, rather than simply relying on idealistic perceptions of what is ‘green’.
It is possible to switch from an anti- to a pro-nuclear position, argues Kirsty Gogan, and some influential commentators are making the transition.