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IET - mars 2018
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NEW REPORT
Canada needs a fresh approach and new tools for climate policy that will dramatically reduce emissions while maintaining economic prosperity.

The Canadian Energy Systems Analysis Research Initiative (CESAR), in collaboration with the Institut de l’énergie Trottier, has produced a new report that makes the case for creating a new pan-Canadian organization to help Canada meet its environmental and economic goals.

This organization would provide independent, evidence-based expert advice, new analytical tools and policy options to federal, provincial, territorial and municipal policy makers and the general public. More info [+]
RETHINKING PUBLIC ACTION ON THE ENVIRONMENT

A group of 24 independent experts believe that there is an urgent need for the government to change its ways of doing things about the environment and climate change.

See here why they think so :

See here how they suggest changing things :

Your voice on the subject matters to convince political parties!

Before March 18, tell us what you think. 
SMART META-WINDOWS

As part of its research support program, the IET  is pleased to announce funding of $ 150,000 over three years for a project to develop thermally optimal windows, or meta-windows.


Led by two Polytechnique researchers – Christophe Caloz, professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Maksim Skorobogatiy, professor in the Department of Engineering Physics – this project promises to revolutionize window technology by significantly increasing their energy efficiency. More info [+] (In french only)
Légende photo (de gauche à droite)
      Nima Chamanara, chercheur postdoctoral; Guillaume Lavigne, candidat au doctorat;
Christophe Caloz, chercheur principal (superviseur de Nima et Guillaume); Maksim Skorobogatiy, co-chercheur.
EVENT
ANNUAL TROTTIER SYMPOSIUM
ON SUSTAINABLE ENGINEERING, ENERGY AND DESIGN
Planning for Resiliency in the Face of Climate Change
April 4 -5, 2018
Pour joindre l'Institut de l'énergie Trottier : iet@polymtl.ca

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