This year, the symposium will discuss the latest issues surrounding sustainable development in Latin America, bringing together researchers, government representatives, and industry stakeholders. This initiative is in accordance with the Paris COP21 agreement, which most of the Latin American nations have adopted by consensus.
The purpose of the symposium is to present UK based research that directly impacts the development and future of Latin America, focusing on sustainable development. The main goal is to communicate relevant scientific advances developed in the UK by researchers from Latin America and other nations. Between the specific topics to be covered in the symposium are energy transition, climate change, waste management, and energy technology innovation in Latin America.
This symposium will position the Latin American Society as a forum for scientific and political discussion, enabling academic and industrial networking.
We will host presentations by postgraduate students and senior researchers, as well as political authorities, such as Embassy representatives and staff from science related institutions.
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