Nasir Khattak, who also serves on the Board of Climate Institute, was present for the Twenty-first Conference of Parties in Paris this December. As a speaker, panelist, participant and observer of the negotiations, Nasir was on the ground adding to the energy which led to the world's first international climate accord being reach by 192 countries around the world. The countries that gathered for COP21 represent 94% of the world's global atmospheric greenhouse gas emissions.
COP21 sets a powerful precedent that will be the foundation for future climate agreements and also sends a very clear signal to markets around the world that have been shown the direction for the future of energy."
Please find Microtron Technologies' COP21 press release as a pdf for your viewing below.