Climate Change actions

KBTU students and staff are indicatively conducting projects related to Climate change action. Within the walls of the Kazakh-British Technical University in Almaty, the International Forum on Innovation and Modernization of the Use of Water and Energy Resources in Central Asia was held
The Forum considered opportunities for projects that bring together several Central Asian countries and address cross-border or regional needs. The recommendations developed at the workshops will be presented for consideration at the meeting of the Governing Council of the Special Program for the Economies of Central Asia (SPECA).

KBTU students and staff are indicatively conducting projects related to Climate change action. Within the walls of the Kazakh-British Technical University in Almaty, the International Forum on Innovation and Modernization of the Use of Water and Energy Resources in Central Asia was held
The Forum considered opportunities for projects that bring together several Central Asian countries and address cross-border or regional needs. The recommendations developed at the workshops will be presented for consideration at the meeting of the Governing Council of the Special Program for the Economies of Central Asia (SPECA).
The forum was organized by the UN Economic Commission for Europe, UNESCAP, the National Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Kazakhstan (NAS RK), the International Center for Green Technologies and Investment Projects, the International Scientific Center for Energy Integration (ISEC) and the Kazakh-British Technical University.
"We bring our modest efforts on behalf of scientists, energy experts and the entire research community to the common contribution of such an important process of preventing further climate change in order to preserve the natural ecosystem and continue the path of sustainable development," said the Acting Rector, Chairman of the Board in his welcoming speech. JSC "KBTU" Maratbek Gabdullin.
"In light of the Global Energy Week hosted by the World Energy Council in Nur-Sultan and the G-20 Summit in Rome, which were dedicated to global climate change and energy transition, we express our solidarity with this most pressing agenda for humanity," - said Professor Chokan Laumulin.
The expert noted that the Central Asian region has both a research potential and the necessary resource base, including renewable energy sources.

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