“PERSPECTIVES 2020-2070 LEADING TO BUILDING DECARBONIZATION”
The Working Group I contribution to the Sixth Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC AR6 WGI) unambiguously shows that “that human influence has warmed the atmosphere, ocean and land.” “Many changes due to past and future greenhouse gas emissions are irreversible for centuries to millennia, especially changes in the ocean, ice sheets and global sea level”, continues the AR6, recommending to reach “at least net zero CO2 emissions, along with strong reductions in other greenhouse gas emissions. Strong, rapid and sustained reductions in CH4 emissions would also limit the warming effect resulting from declining aerosol pollution and would improve air quality.”
This paper, starting from IPCC AR6 WGI, expands to how its recommendations could affect us through to 2050/2070, leading, among other things, to building decarbonization.
Degree in Electronic Engineering from the University of Trieste (Italy), specialisation in Automatic Controllers, in 1992. Following employment at DANIELI S.p.A., working in the design and set-up of automation systems for rolling mills, in November 2000 he joined CAREL as Climate Systems Application Manager. He worked with OEM customers on custom product requirements; he drafted detailed technical specifications for new products. He was also responsible for technical training and support on humidifiers and evaporative-cooling systems to the sales network. From August 2015 he is HVAC/R Corporate Business Manager, taking care of the legislative and normative landscape in EU, USA, China, Australia, Japan and other Countries; he acts as CAREL Industries SpA’s Representative at EPEE, a EU-based Association of heating and cooling Companies, Eurovent, EHPA, as well as other similar Associations. He represents the Company at seminars and congresses organised by the leading business associations in Italy and abroad, writing and presenting technical papers on humidification, evaporative cooling, and energy saving. He is a member of ASHRAE CEC and ASHRAE Technical Committee TC 5.11 Humidification Equipment.