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January 2021: In this edition of the newsletter, Patrick Child, the recently nominated Chair of MI’s Steering Committee, shares his vision and priorities for the coming months as we prepare for the launch of the second phase of MI. You can also learn more about the achievements and plans of the European Commission’s and Austrian MI Champions, and about a new global information sharing platform for hydrogen projects which will be launched on 19 January.
November 2020: In this special edition newsletter, we are celebrating our 5-year anniversary! On November 30, 2015, at COP21 in Paris, leaders came together to launch MI with the objective of making clean energy widely affordable as an indispensable part of an effective, long-term global response to our shared climate challenge; necessary to provide affordable and reliable energy for everyone and to promote economic growth; and critical for energy security. Full newsletter available for download.
October 2020: In this edition, we draw attention to the virtual Fifth Mission Innovation Ministerial which took place on 23 September 2020, where Ministers discussed achievements over the past five years and unanimously agreed to develop a second phase of MI.
July 2020: In this edition, we are proud to present the second cohort of Mission Innovation Champions. We also share an update on the global collaboration platform for hydrogen projects, as well as our initial findings regarding the impacts of COVID-19 on the innovation landscape. Finally, we spoke to Myoungju Lee about her experience being selected as Korean MI Champion, in the inaugural cohort of MI Champions.
April 2020: In this edition, our MI Steering Committee Chair John Loughhead, shares an update on MI operations during the global COVID-19 pandemic. We also share a short summary about the Senior Official’s Gathering in Riyadh in February 2020, and speak to Hussam Khonkar about his experience being selected as Saudi Arabian MI Champion and his upcoming plans. Innovation Challenges 1 and 2 share an update, inviting members to take part in new and ongoing knowledge sharing activities.
January 2020: In this edition of the Mission Innovation (MI) newsletter, we share the MI Secretariat background paper on Beyond 2020: Challenges and Opportunities and the launch of the 2nd Champions Programme. We also connected with our 2019 Champions and interviewed Sean Monkman from Canada who kicks off our Champion Corner. Lastly, we cover several MI member activities and the progress made by Innovation Challenges.
October 2019: In this edition of the MI newsletter, we introduce the new MISC chair Prof. John Loughhead and a ‘Champions Corner’. We also share information about MI’s participation at UN Climate Summit, the launch of the first MICall on Storage Solutions and about the Global Cooling Prize.
May 2019: In this edition of the MI newsletter, we cover the exciting plans for the 4th Mission Innovation Ministerial (MI-4) taking place in Vancouver at the end of this month and the recent activity of the newest MI Innovation Challenge, Renewable and Clean Hydrogen (IC8).
March 2019: In this edition of the MI newsletter, we report on the recent gathering of MI members in Santiago and plans for the Ministerial meeting in May.
December 2018: In this edition of the MI newsletter we report on the MI member activity at COP24 in Poland, the work of the Smart Grids Innovation Challenge including a recent workshop in Rome and opportunities for innovators and young people to get involved in the fourth Mission Innovation Ministerial in Canada in May 2019.
April 12, 2018: Mission Innovation at COP24
November 2018: In this edition of the MI newsletter we report on the launch of a €100 million clean energy investment fund; introduce the new MI framework to assess technologies for avoided emissions; and showcase the work of the MI Carbon Capture Innovation Challenge.