The Joint Latin-American Universities Renewable Energy Project (JELARE) is a cooperation scheme involving universities from Germany, Latvia, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile and Guatemala with the aim of fostering innovative labour market-oriented educational and research approaches in the field of renewable energies at Latin American and European institutes of higher education. JELARE is led by HAW Hamburg, which hosts the International Climate Change Information Programme (ICCIP – http://www.iccip.net).
In the context of JELARE, ICERE2 2010 is being organized and hosted by the University of Chile. This conference aims to:
- Provide Latin American and European organizations with an opportunity to present their works as they relate to renewable energy research, education and employment,
- Discuss methodological approaches and projects which aim to integrate the topic of renewable energy and climate change in the curriculum, and research and technology transfer activities of colleges and universities,
- Foster international cooperation in the renewable energy sector and research on the links between renewable energy and climate change, between institutions of higher education and enterprises, NGOs and ministries.
The deadline for submission of abstracts has been extended to 15th August 2010.
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