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ISAP Open Session
Day 1 (26 June 2009)
Main Venue
Venue: Shonan Village Center (SVC) Auditorium
Opening Session
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9:30-9:50
Opening Remarks Hironori Hamanaka, Chair of the Board of Directors, IGES
Guest Remarks Kazuhiko Takemoto, Vice-Minister for Global Environmental Affairs, Ministry of the Environment, Japan
Yoshihiro Ono, Vice-Governor of Kanagawa Prefecture
9:50-11:00
Keynote Speeches "Low-Carbon Society for Sustainable Asia and the Pacific" (247KB)
Nay Htun, State University of New York, Stony Brook
"Research Frontiers for Low-Carbon Energy Systems: Some Reflections on UK Transition Pathways" (556KB)
Peter Pearson, Director, Imperial College, Center for Energy Policy & Technology (ICEPT)
Moderator: Charmine Koda, Journalist
11:00-12:30
Panel Session 1:Efforts to Shift towards Low-Carbon Societies in Selected Countries *
Moderator: Charmine Koda, Journalist
Panelists:
"Efforts to Shift towards Low-Carbon Societies in Selected Countries"  (91KB)
Eric Kaler, Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic Administration, State University of New York, Stony Brook
"Low-Carbon Development in China"  (116KB)
Xia Kunbao, Member of the Board of Directors and Advisor, All-China Environment Federation
"Efforts to Shift towards Low-Carbon Societies (LCS) in India" (212KB)
Ritu Mathur, Associate Director, Energy Environment Policy, The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI)
"Low-Carbon Economy and Green Growth in Korea" (345KB)
Hoi-seong Jeong, Former President, Korea Environment Institute; President, Korea Environmental Policy and Administration Society
"Efforts to Shift towards Low-Carbon Society: Japan" (225KB)
Shuzo Nishioka, Senior Reseach Advisor, IGES; Senior Visiting Researcher, National Institute for Environmental Studies (NIES)  
Panel Session 2: Efforts to Shift towards Low-Carbon Societies in Japan*
Moderator: Charmine Koda, Journalist
Panelists:
"Efforts to Shift towards Low-Carbon Societies in Japan" (278KB)
Hiroaki Takiguchi, Director, Office of International Strategy on Climate Change, Climate Change Policy Division, Ministry of the Environment, Japan
"Efforts to Shift towards Low-Carbon Societies in Japan" (2.03MB)
Reiji Hitsumoto, Director for Eco-Model City Affairs, Environment Bureau, City of Kitakyushu
"Efforts to Shift towards Low-Carbon Societies in Japan" (153KB)
Masayuki Sasanouchi, Senior General Manager, CSR & Environmental Affairs Division, Toyota Motor Corporation
"Toward New Paradigm of Energy & Environmental Policy From Mode1 to Mode 3" (1.46MB)
Tetsunari Iida, Executive Director, Institute for Sustainable Energy Policies (ISEP)
"Efforts to Shift towards Low-Carbon Society in Japan"  (201KB)
Mikiko Kainuma, Chief, Climate Policy Assessment Research Section, Center for Global Environmental Research (CGER), National Institute for Environmental Studies (NIES)
* planed and convened as part of Japan Symposium on LCS-Rnet
12:30-13:45 Lunch
Sessions on Individual Themes
13:45-15:05
Taking a Co-benefit Approach: Potential and Prospects in Asia
Moderator: Charmine Koda, Journalist
Panelists:
"Japan's Co-benefits Approach" (602KB)
Tokuya Wada, Director, Office for International Cooperation, Environmental Management Bureau, Ministry of the Environment, Japan
"Taking a Co-benefit Approach in Asia" (325KB)
Cornie Huizenga, Vice Chairman, CAI-Asia
"The Co-benefits of Transportation Policies in Asia" (969KB)
Michael Walsh, ICCT
"Institutional Barriers to Co-benefits" (78KB)
Eric Zusman, Policy Researcher, Climate Policy Project, IGES
"Co-benefits from Air Pollution Viewpoints" (2.2MB)
Katsunori Suzuki, Professor, Kanazawa University
"The CDM and Co-benefits" (71KB)
Yuji Mizuno, Manager, Market Mechanism Project, IGES
Panel Discussion
15:05-15:20 Coffee Break
15:20-16:40
Can REDD Save the World's Forests?
Introduction:
Henry Scheyvens, Manager, Forest Conservation Project, IGES (399KB)
Key Presentations:
"Update on International Negotiations"
Nobuyuki Muto, Forestry Agency of Japan  (483KB)
"Can REDD Save the World’s Forests? A Case of Indonesia"
Fitrian Ardiansyah, WWF-Indonesia (1.4MB)
Moderator: Hideyuki Mori, Vice-President, IGES
Panelists:
Nobuyuki Muto, Forestry Agency of Japan
Fitrian Ardiansyah, WWF-Indonesia
Amanda Bradley, Pact, Cambodia
Henry Scheyvens, Manager, Forest Conservation Project, IGES
Panel Discussion
16:40-16:55 Break
16:55-18:30
Biofuels and Sustainability in Asia
Moderator: Tetsunari Iida, Executive Director, Institute for Sustainable Energy Policies (ISEP)
Panelists:
Introduction (259KB)
Mark Elder, Principal Researcher and Manager, Policy and Governance Team and Biofuel Project, IGES
"Biofuels in India" (48KB)
Surya P. Sethi, Principal Adviser (Energy), Planning Commission, Government of India
"Biofuel Policies and Programs in Indonesia"
Saryono Hadiwijoyo, Director, Oil and Gas, Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources, Indonesia (representing Evita Legowo, Director General)
ERIA Working Group on "Sustainable Biomass Utilisation in East Asia" (2.0MB)
Masayuki Sagisaka, Leader, Material & Energy Sustainability Assessment Group, Institute of Science for Safety & Sustainability, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science & Technology (AIST)
"Energy Security and Biofuel for a Low-Carbon Economy in the Asia-Pacific Region"  (1.5MB)
KK Philip Kang, Economic Affairs Officer, Energy Security Section, Environment and Development Division (EDD), ESCAP
Panel Discussion
Sub Venue
Venue: Shonan Village Center (SVC) Conference Room1 (English)
13:45-18:00
Potential of Economic Modelling in Formulating Sustainable Development Policies
"Integrated Policy Impact Assessment CGE Model for Trade, Environment and Regional Cooperation" (173KB)
Satoshi Kojima, Senior Researcher and Manager, Economic Analysis Team, IGES
"Impact of Cross Border Energy Infrastructure Investment on Regional Environment, Society and Climate Change"  (684KB)
Anindya Bhattacharya, Researcher, Economic Analysis Team, IGES
"Accounting National Emissions Adjusted for Trade: How Will Consumption-based Approach Make Changes in Response to Climate Change?" (414KB)
Xin Zhou, Senior Researcher and Co-manager, Economic Analysis Team, IGES
"Shared Producer and Consumer Responsibility" (706KB)
Manfred Lenzen, Professor, Centre for Integrated Sustainability Analysis, University of Sydney
"Analyzing Policies for Achieving the MDGs with MAMS" (189KB)
Hans Lofgren, Senior Economist, Development Prospects Group, World Bank
Wrap up and Closing Remarks
Satoshi Kojima, Senior Researcher and Manager, Economic Analysis Team, IGES
Venue: Shonan Village Center (SVC) Conference Room 2 (Japanese)
15:20-16:40
What's Happening with the CDM and JI - Analysing Trends in the Data
"Current Status and Prospect for CDM Projects-Findings from IGES CDM Project Database"
Keisuke Iyadomi, Researcher, Market Mechanism Project, IGES
"The Issues to be Addressed in the CDM-Findings from IGES CDM Review and Rejected Project Database"
Kazuhisa Koakutsu, Sub Manager, Market Mechanism Project, IGES
"Current Status of JI Projects-Finding from IGES JI Project Database"
Nozomi Okubo, Visiting Researcher, Market Mechanism Project, IGES
"What's on in International Negotiation? - Brief Report of SB30 in Bonn"
Yuji Mizuno, Manager, Market Mechanism Project, IGES
General Discussion
16:55-18:30
CO2 Reduction Measure in Small to Medium Sized Businesses and Households
Explanation of the Outline
Tetsuro Fujitsuka, IGES Kansai Research Centre
Presentation
"Suggestion for the Practical Measure of Reduction of CO2 Emissions in Households - "Uchi-Eco Diagnosis" Project "
Yusuke Matsuo, Researcher, IGES Kansai Research Centre
Panel Discussion Session 1: Measurements for Reduction of CO2 Emissions in Households
Panel Discussion Session 2: Measurements for Reduction of CO2 Emissions in Small to Medium Sized Businesses
Moderator: Hidefumi Imura, Professor, Nagoya University
Panelists:
Yusuke Matsuo, Researcher, IGES Kansai Research Centre
Michie Kishigami, Head of the Secretariat of ICLEI
Toshizo Maeda, Policy Researcher, IGES Kitakyusyu Office
Kentaro Yamaguchi, Director of Promoting Electric Vehicle, Environment and Agriculture Department, Kanagawa Prefectural Government
Eiji Endo, Assistant Director, Air Division, Hyogo Prefectural Government

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