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Session 3: Renewable and Eco-efficient Energy

[Please note that the programme is subject to change and will be continuously updated up to the conference]

Date and Time: Tuesday 24, 11h00 – 13h00

Chairs: Ron Zevenhoven and Mathis Wackernagel

Room: 18

SS 3.1World Energy Scenarios – three exploratory scenarios to 2060 by Tom Kober (Paul Scherrer Institut, Switzerland) 
SS 3.2Decoupling energy consumption and economic growth: the role of structural effects by Catarina Amarante de Oliveira Neves, Vincent Moreau, François Vuille (École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland) 
SS 3.3Global energy interconnection: a step forward for universal access to energy? by Gloria Bernasconi (Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation) 
SS 3.4Power Watch: Illuminating the Power Sector through Open Data by Johannes Friedrich, Aaron Kressig, Colin McCormick, Logan Byers, Laura Valeri Malaguzzi, Roman Hennig (World Resources Institute, United States of America)  
SS 3.5Why does material efficiency stay in the shades of energy efficiency? by Marlene Preiß, Christian Haubach, Mario Schmidt (Pforzheim University, Germany – Institute for Industrial Ecology (INEC)) 
SS 3.6Life cycle thinking for energy and urban sustainability assessment profiles in Guatemala by Edgar Eduardo Sacayón, Alejandra Michelle Tercero (Instituto de Investigación y Proyección en Ciencia y Tecnologia de la Universidad Rafael Landivar)  
SS 3.7Biomass residues for bioenergy products: a case study of rice straw from food-energy-water nexus perspective by Mengshan Lee1,2, Chia-Chun Lin2, Ying-Chen Lin2, Pei-Te Chiueh(1National Kaohsiung First University of Science and Technology; 2National Taiwan University, Taiwan) 
SS 3.8How to promote the installation of photovoltaic systems by Nadia Sperr, Jürg Rohrer (Zurich University of Applied Sciences ZHAW Switzerland) 
SS 3.9Implications of the 1.5-degrees target for the resource use of lifestyles by Michael Lettenmeier1,2,3Mathis Wackernagel(1: Aalto University, Finland; 2: Wuppertal Institut, Germany; 3: D-mat ltd., Finland; 4: Global Footprint Network, USA) 
SS 3.10Bio-mimicry Based Design Strategies for Climate Responsive Sustainable Architecture by Avantika Srivastava1, Tarun Kumar2, Vishal Mishra3, Kriti Bhalla1, Manisha Basu1 (1M. S. Ramaiah Institute of Technology, Bangalore, India; 2Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India; 3Vijaya Vittala Institute of Technology, Bangalore, India) 
SS 3.11The EcoKiln technology – Producing burnt clay bricks in an energy efficient manner by Soumen Maity1, Peter Schramm2 (1Development Alternatives, New Delhi, India; 2Centre for International Migration and Development, Eschborn, Germany)