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Decarboni.se webinar - building a climate change solution web platform

The best in clean energy matched with innovative web architecture – that’s our approach for Decarboni.se.


Source: Solar Ark at Sanyo Electric, Japan

In the first week of July, Brian and I will give hold a webinar on Decarboni.se.  For anyone who wants to learn more about how we are playing our part in addressing climate change or wants to build an advanced knowledge sharing system, we think this will be a good overview and an opportunity to ask some questions.  We’ll give an overview of the approach, including what the system is, why we built it and how to use it.  We’ll also go through some of the special features of the platform, such as how we build other sites and how an architecture for optimising information sharing works.  Finally we’ll talk about why we’re reaching out beyond the clean energy community to people in other areas of technology and how we’re doing it.
 
In addition to providing an overview for end-users, we’re looking to attract some writers and content sharing partners for our platform.  We’ll be posting paid positions on LinkedIn in the next few days to help us with blogging, where we’ll be looking for subject matter expertise and science communicators in the areas of clean energy – particularly in technology.  In terms of content partners, we’re now publishing from over 450 organisations but we’re always looking to bolster this list and strengthen our relationships.  There is an incredible amount of work happening around the world and we are doing all we can to find it.
 
Here are the links to register for the webinar.  We’ll run two different sessions to get better coverage – hope to have you there.

Tuesday, 01 July 2014  Time: 18:00 - 19:00 Eastern Daylight Time (GMT -4 hours, best for Americas)

Thursday, 03 July 2014  Time: 09:00 - 10:00 Central European Summer Time (GMT +2 hours best for Asia, Europe, Oceania)

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