A conversation with Denmark's Ambassador to the U.S.
Denmark is to host the United Nations Climate Conference in 2009 when the successor to the Kyoto protocol is to be agreed upon. At least 10,000 participants from around the world will be attending, which will be the most significant gathering since the Kyoto meeting in 1997. Denmark is also among the leading nations in the use of renewable energy and has already reduced CO2-emissions by 15 percent. Denmark's Ambassador to the U.S., Friis Arne Petersen, will discuss expectations for the UN Climate Conference, share how Denmark has implemented its climate and energy policy, and answer questions from the audience.
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The event will be held on MIT campus on Monday, September 8, at 3 PM EST, in room 32-141 of MIT's Stata Center (located at 32 Vassar St. in Cambridge, MA). The public is invited to this event.
Directions to the Stata Center (Building 32)
The Stata Center is located on MIT campus at 32 Vassar Street in Cambridge, Massachusetts. The nearest subway stop is the Kendall Square/MIT station on the Red Line. Upon exiting the T station on Main Street walk away from Boston (away from the river) one block past Ames Street. View Campus Map