Some of the women helping lead the energy transition will join forces to speak about the challenges facing decarbonization in the April 21 webinar entitled “Women as the engine of the energy transition,” hosted by ATA Insights.
Moderating the panel will be Patricia Tatto, VP America ATA Renewables and a member of the Path to 100% Community of Experts. Included on the panel will be Silvia Zumarraga, GM of Market Development in Latin America and the Caribbean for Wartsila. You can Sign up for free here: https://bit.ly/3jsbc7O
The Paris agreement, adopted in 2015, aims to prevent the global average temperature of the planet from exceeding 2ºC compared to pre-industrial levels, which is why an economic and social transformation is necessary. The role of women is decisive in achieving a transition towards greener, more resilient and inclusive economies.
Climate change and gender disparity in the energy sector is a reality. To establish a direct relationship between the energy transition and gender parity, it is necessary to make female references visible. This, together with energy models through renewable energy sources, will benefit the decarbonization of the sector and curb global warming.
Please join the next ATA Insights webinar “Women as the engine of the energy transition” (April 21 10:00 Mexico / 11:00 Chile) where leading women in the sector will talk to us about the market challenges that will be faced during decarbonization and share their vision regarding the inclusion of women in the renewable sector. Join us in this webinar and:
- Find out what measures and initiatives should be promoted to achieve gender equity in the energy sector (MERL)
- Learn about the challenges that renewable energy professionals have faced to remove barriers and encourage the participation of women in strategic positions
- Understand why the transition to sustainable economies and gender parity go hand in hand
- Understand how companies that foster diversity gain in adaptability, resilience and competitiveness
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