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Expert Workshops
Day 1 (26 June 2009)
13:45-
Biofuels for Sustainable Development: Realigning Potentials and Realities
*closed
16:55-
REDD: towards designing a relevant policy and social research agenda
 
"FC's Ongoing and Future Research on REDD "(121KB)
Enrique Ibarra G. Researcher, Forest Conservation, Livelihoods and Rights Project
"A Cambodian REDD Initiative"(1.44MB)
Amanda Bradley, Pact Cambodia
15:20-
Low Carbon Transport in Asia: Strategies for Optimising Co-benefits
 
"Low Carbon Transport in Asia: Strategies for Optimising Co-benefits"  (1.5MB)
Michael Walsh, ICCT
"Section1: Analytical Frameworks"
Naoko Matsumoto, Consultant, IGES  (123KB)
"Case Studies Presentation" (245KB)
Eric Zusman, Policy Researcher, Climate Policy Project, IGES
"Integrating Transport into The Post-2012 Regime" (120KB)
Cornie Huizenga, CAI-Asia
"The Way Forward" (175KB)
Ancha Srinivasan, ADB
15:20-
Stakeholder Dialogue on Low Carbon Societies*
>> Report222KB
 
"The International Consortium for Low-Carbon Society, (ICLCS) Established July 2008" (153KB)
Nay Htun, State University of New York, Stony Brook
"International Research Network for Low Carbon Societies LCS-RNet"(1.62MB)
Shuzo Nishioka, Senior Research Advisor, IGES
"Lessons from the Japan-UK Low Carbon Societies Research Project" (1.5MB)
Junichi Fujino, Senior Researcher, National Institute for Environmental Studies (NIES)
"Low-carbon Development in Asia: Diverse Pathways toward a Common Goal" (223KB)
Kendaro Tamura, Manager, Climate Policy Project, IGES
* planed and convened as part of Japan Symposium on LCS-Rnet
Day 2 (27 June 2009)
9:00-12:50 International Consortium for a Low-Carbon Society (ICLCS) Part 1
>>Report
303KB
 
Keynote Speech
"Views on A Low Carbon Society- a USA and Stony Brook University Perspective on Research and Education" (1.20MB)
Eric W. Kaler, Provost, Stony Brook University
Panel 1: Breakthrough Low carbon technologies - with focus on new and renewable energy.
"Bio Energy " (969KBB)
Devinder Mahajan, Director Center for BioEnergy Research and Development (C-BERD), Stony Brook University (SBU) & Brookhaven National Laboratory (BNL)
"Policy Considerations for Renewable Energy"  (114KB)
Mark Elder, Principal Researcher, and Manager, Policy and Governance Team and Biofuel Project, IGES
Panel 2: Low Carbon Multiple Benefits for Sustainable Development, Human Health and Ecosystem Services
"Low Carbon Society and Environmental Health: China’s Case" (1.14MB)
GUO Xinbiao, Peking University School of Public Health
"Low-Carbon Multiple Benefits for Sustainable Development, Human Health and Ecosystem Services” (245KB)
Ritu Mathur, TERI, INDIA
"Low Carbon Multiple Benefits for Sustainable Development"  (202KB)
Mikiko Kainuma, AIM Team, National Institute for Environmental Studies
"Towards a low carbon society: Forest management and utilisation" (290KB)
Henry Scheyvens, Forest Conservation, Livelihoods and Rights Project, IGES
Panel 3: Policies and Economics for Low Carbon Society pathways
"Policies and Economics for Low Carbon Society Pathways" (150KB)
Martin Krause, Team Leader Climate, Environment, Energy UNDP Regional Centre in Bangkok
"Polices and Economics in Developing Low-carbon Economy in China" (58KB)
Xia Kunbao, All-China Environment Federation
"Engaging China in Copenhagen and Beyond: Will G-2, and Co-benefit Concepts Work?" (759KB)
Guodong Sun,Department of Technology and Society, College of Engineering and Applied Sciences, SUNY Stony Brook
"Policies and Economics for Low Carbon Pathways: The Role of Technology RD&D Policies" (442KB)
Paul Friley, Brookhaven National Laboratory
15:20-17:15 International Consortium for a Low-Carbon Society (ICLCS) Part 2
 
Panel 4: Trans-discipline Capacity Building: Education and Training
"Trans-discipline Capacity Building: Education and Training"  (980KB)
Fengting Li, Prof, Vice Dean, UNEP-TONJI Institute of Environment for Sustainable Development, Tongji University
14:00- Strategic Research Topics on Sustainable Consumption and Production in Asia and the Pacific
14:00- Multi-stakeholder Partnerships for Environmental Capacity Development towards Establishing Low-carbon Society
 
"Designing Low-Carbon Societies (DLCS) Course"  (386KB)
Hironori Hamanaka, Chair of the Board of Directors, IGES/ Professor, Keio University
"Multi-stakeholders partnership for Environmental Capacity Development - Perspectives from the Asian Institute of Technology" (632KB)
Professor S. Kumar, Dean, School of Environment, Resources and Development
"Trans-discipline capacity building and Training in Tongji University"  (359KB)
Fengting Li, Prof, Vice Dean, Tongji University

"Multi-Stakeholder Partnership for Environmental Leadership Development towards a Low-Carbon Society: Centred on higher education cases in Republic of Korea"  (276KB)
Mee Young Choi, Ph.D., Project Manager/Senior Policy Researcher, Capacity Development and Education Project, IGES

9:30-11:30 Sustainable Water Resource Management in Asia *closed
Network Meetings
Day 1 (26 June 2009)
Asia-Pacific Regional Network of Policy Research Institutes for Environmental Management and Sustainable Development (NetRes)
Day 2 (27 June 2009)
Asia-Europe Environment Forum of the Asia-Europe Foundation (ENVforum)

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