From Copenhagen to Cairo, WBA’s Chief Executive globetrots…virtually
Charlotte Morton, Chief Executive of the World Biogas Association, spoke in August in a webinar organised by State of Green, public-private partnership based in Copenhagen, Denmark. The event was titled The Green Transition: A Celebration of Biogas’ Role in the Danish and US Energy & Agrifood Sectors. H.E. Lone Dencker Wisborg, Danish Ambassador to the United States and Dan Jørgensen, Danish Minister for Climate, Energy and Utilities, gave the opening remarks. Industry-leaders and NGOs presented their views. The event highlighted the benefits that anaerobic digestion, biogas and biomethane have had on the economy and environment in Denmark – and how the lessons learned can help to advance and amplify the biogas sector in the US. Charlotte’s presentation gave an overview of to scale up biogas globally.
View Charlotte’s presentation from this webinar.WBA – Celebration of Biogas
Then, in September, Charlotte live-streamed a presentation to the International Conference on Green Climate and Smart Waste Management. The in-person audience was in Cairo, Egypt. She presented on AD and biogas as a key waste management solution, the current global industry and its potential along with the policies needed to develop the sector. The presentation also considered the case studies of South Korea and Denmark, the former being a blueprint to reduce and recycle food waste while scaling up the biogas industry, and the latter one of very few countries that expect to achieve its full biogas potential in the near future.
View Charlotte’s presentation from this conference.WBA – International Conference On Green Climate and Smart Waste Management