Post-Durban, pre-Rio and Qatar – and what about Kyoto? Seemingly endless negotiations, hardly any measureable progress – and yet we know that action is required. NTNU and SINTEF have joined forces with national and international companies, universities and public organizations to create a dialog among researchers, politicians and business leaders. “Technoport 2012 – Sharing Possibilities“, a climate conference on smart technology in the transition to a green economy, is one visible element in this collaboration. The conference will take place in Trondheim, Norway from 16-18 April 2012.
Technoport will explore the opportunities that smart technology offers to change current development trends. Presentations by Professor Edgar Hertwich of NTNU and Dr. Nils Røkke, Vice President CCS at SINTEF that explore alternative green approaches can be seen at www.technoport.no/talks