The Chinese University of Hong Kong (Department of Geography and Resource Management) presents a seminar by Christine Loh on “CLIMATE CHANGE: ASIA’S DEVELOPMENT ASPIRATIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES”
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The Value of Carbon in China WWF Hong Kong and Civic Exchange launched a new WWF report analysing China’s growing carbon and CDM market on 21 July 2008, from the perspective of China’s booming energy markets. The report is the first to assess the carbon issue from the Chinese perspective. It explores:
Civic Exchange and Singapore Institute of International Affairs (SIIA) co-organised a public conference on “Climate Change and Asia: Risks, Opportunities and Policies 2008″ in Singapore.
The Marine Department of HKSAR organised a two-day conference “World Ports Summit”. Ms. Veronica Galbraith presented her paper at the summit. For a copy of her presentation, please click here.
By Christine Loh and Simon Tay. Published by Global Asia. Article on the options of Asian countries regarding climate change.
Civic Exchange, Program on Energy and Sustainable Development – Stanford University, and International Institute of Management at the Conservatoire National des Arts et Metiers in Paris co-organised a Kyoto Protocol pre-Conference of the Parties forum on climate change prior to their departure for Bali.
Christine Loh spoke at the International Conference on Energy and World Future Energy Vision organised by the Hong Kong Association of Energy Engineers.
Yanyan YIP attended Asia Society 21 Young Leaders’ Summit in Singapore.
Civic Exchange hosted Mark Gerzon to talk about global leadership. Mark Gerzon is the author of Leading Through Conflict: How Successful Leaders Transform Differences Into Opportunities. For the past twenty years, he has served as president of Mediators Foundation, and for the last three years as a consultant to the United Nations Development Program. He [...]
Civic Exchange invited Nigel Evans MP and Paul Keetch MP to talk about the relationship between different political parties in the UK, and the concept of a “loyal opposition”.