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The Global Energy Prize annually honors outstanding achievements in energy research and technology from around the world that are helping address the world’s various and pressing energy challenges.

Experts will discuss a systemic solution to the problem of lack of energy, water and food at the conference in the UAE.

Speakers of the session “Energy, Water, Food: An Ecosystem on the Edge”, which will be held on September 11 as part of the 24th World Energy Congress (Abu Dhabi, UAE), will discuss a comprehensive solution to the problem of energy, water and food shortages in the context of climate change.

The planet’s growing population, urbanization, and economic growth are key factors in the increasing demand for energy, water, and food. All three resources are inextricably linked and require an integrated approach to solving the problems of ensuring their availability and security. According to experts, the synergy of political and technological solutions, as well as international cooperation on these issues will help find an answer to these challenges.

"The climate crisis only exacerbates the uncertain environment surrounding the growing demand for food, energy and water," considers one of the speakers of the session, Rae Kwon Chung, the Global Energy Award Committee chairman, a member of the IPCC, awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 2007.

Speech by Rae Kwon Chung at the session "Energy, Water, Food: The Ecosystem on the Edge" will be held as part of the Global Energy Association's official program of participation in the 24 World Energy Congress.


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