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Joint ICTP/IAEA Workshop on Alternative Response Actions to Climate Change and Energy Options
5 - 9 October 2009

Challenges and Opportunities for Energy Sector in Developing Countries Under Climate Change Control Regimes

Jelel EZZINE DG International Cooperation Ministry of Higher Education Scientific Research and Technology Tunisia

Joint ICTP/IAEA Workshop on AlternativeRe1sponse Actions to Climate change and Energy Options 5-9 October 2009 ICTP, Miramare, Trieste

Challenges and opportunities for energy sector in developing countries under climate change control regimes Prof. Jelel EZZINE,
DG International Cooperation Ministry of Higher Education, Scientific Research and Technology, Tunisia

A Wide Spectrum of: Problematiques, Issues, and Open Questions
• •• • What challenges and what opportunities ? For what kind of energy and which sector? Which developing countries? And what about least developed countries?

And last but not least • •
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under WHICH climate change control regimes? etc.
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Google’s Search!
• CC, DC, Opportunities:
– 3 350 K (Jul. 16th), 3 720 K (Oct. 3rd)

• CC, DC, Threats:
– 1060 K (Jul. 16th), 1 340 K (Oct. 3rd)

• Manual fishing: (155 entries)
– http://ezzinescc.blogspot.com/
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The challenge is not merely providing a country with the needed energy, rather providing it with the adequate mix of energy all along a desired glocal sustainable develeopment path.

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5 Shifting Toward a Low Carbon Society!

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I have two pens

Montblanc

Sundance

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The Montblanc Pen

• I use it for writing. • It is made from platinum and precious resin. • It cost about US $350.

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The Sundance Pen

• I use it for writing. •It is made from wood, plastic, and recycled cardboard. • It cost about US $1.00.
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Which pen is more sustainable?
• Everyone who thinks the Montblanc pen is more sustainable raise your hand. • Thank you. Now put down your hand. • Everyone who thinks the Sundance pen is more sustainable raise your hand. • Thank you. Now put down your hand.
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More Information
• I never take the Montblanc pen out of my office, so I will use it the rest of my life. • I lose the Sundance pen almost every time I take it away from my home, so I have to buy many dozens of them each year. • When the Montblanc pen ink cartridge becomes empty, I buy a refill. • If I still have the Sundance pen when its ink cartridge becomesempty, I will throw the pen away and get a new one.
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I will ask again: Which pen is more sustainable?
• Everyone who thinks the Montblanc pen is more sustainable raise your hand. • Thank you. Now put down your hand. • Everyone who thinks the Sundance pen is more sustainable raise your hand. • Thank you. Now put down your hand.
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Main Lessons
• Many votes changed after the new information. • The new information did not describe the technology of the pens; it described my relationship and attitude toward the pens. • Sustainability is not mainly in the physical characteristics of the tool, it is in our relationship to the tool. • Achieving sustainability does require new technologies; but moreimportant will be for society to develop new relationships and attitudes to the technologies it has.
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The Ecological Footprint: Creating Measureable Success for a Sustainable Future

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Human Development

● Goal: For all to live fulfilling lives, within the means
of planet Earth. ● Monitoring Tools:...
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