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COP21 Paris Agreement on climate change: International and Domestic Implications
2016年4月21日 星期四 18:30 至 20:30
Yale Center Beijing, 36th Floor, Tower B, IFC Building 耶鲁北京中心,北京建国门外大街8号国际财源中心B座36层 Tel: 59090200
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COP21 Paris Agreement on climate change: International and Domestic Implications

价格: ¥50 - 100

COP21 Paris Agreement on climate change: International and Domestic Implications
2016年4月21日 星期四 18:30 至 20:30
Yale Center Beijing, 36th Floor, Tower B, IFC Building 耶鲁北京中心,北京建国门外大街8号国际财源中心B座36层 Tel: 59090200
主办方: Yale Club of Beijing 更多活动

价格: ¥50 - 100

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COP21 Paris Agreement on climate change: International and Domestic Implications

2016年4月21日 星期四 18:30 至 20:30 Yale Center Beijing, 36th Floor, Tower B, IFC Building 耶鲁北京中心,北京建国门外大街8号国际财源中心B座36层 Tel: 59090200

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2016年4月21日 星期四 18:30 至 20:30

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COP21 Paris Agreement on climate change:
International and Domestic Implications 

18:30-20:30, Thursday, April 21 

 


The Paris Agreement on climate change will be open for government signatures on April 22, the Earth Day. China and the United States are prepared to sign the agreement on that day, according to the Joint Presidential Statement on Climate Change on March 31st. What are the implications for future international collaboration on climate change? How will the agreement promote and leverage future global low carbon actions? What policies and actions China will implement in the next 5 years to fulfill its commitment under the agreement? What opportunities does this present to industries and investors?  The Yale Club of Beijing and the Yale Center Beijing invite you to a discussion with experts from government, national think tank and industries on the implications of Paris Agreement, including international climate change collaboration, China’s domestic climate actions and emission reduction efforts at enterprise level.

 

Panelists


Mr. WANG Shu 王庶, Deputy Director, Climate Change Department of National Development and Reform Commission, directly responsible for domestic policy making on addressing climate change and low carbon development, including establishment of national-wide carbon emission trading scheme, GHG emission accounting and report, GHG emission control in enterprises, low carbon policy formulation, and promotion of low carbon technology.

 


Dr. CHAI Qimin 柴麒敏, Deputy Director, Strategic Planning Department of National Climate Change Strategy Center, Adjunct Professor of Research Center for Contemporary Management (RCCM) of Tsinghua University. Engaged in global climate change and low-carbon development research since 2005 and participated in UNFCCC negotiation as government delegate since 2010, with specialties on global climate change economics and comprehensive evaluation methods, deeply involved in low-carbon strategies and policies making and design. Dr. Chai received his PhD from Tsinghua University and has working experience at Stanford University, US Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, and Prescott Energy Research Institute.

 


Alfred CHE 车巍, Vice President and Head of Corporate Communications for the China region of Danfoss, a Denmark-based industrial group and a world leader in climate and energy technology.  He is among the first who systematically introduced “Danish Green Development Model” to China.  Alfred was previously a Partner with Kreab. He is a former Chinese diplomat and one of the pioneers in adapting the tools of Western public relations to China.  Mr. Che holds an MA in international relations (IR ’95) from Yale University and a BA from the Beijing Foreign Studies University.

 


The talk will be moderated by Ms. WANG Tian 王田, Assistant Professor at National Climate Change Strategy Center, with a focus on international and domestic climate change policy studies, negotiations under UNFCCC scheme and GHG inventory compilation.  Ms. Wang graduated from Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies with a degree in Master of Environmental Management in 2011.

 

Event Details:

Date:           Thursday, April  21st, 2016

Time:          18:30-19:00 Registration and Reception; 19:00-20:30 Panel discussions and Q&A

Venue:        Yale Center Beijing 

                   (36F, Tower B, IFC Building, 8 Jianguomenwai Avenue 建国门外大街8号国际财源中心B座36层)

Costs:       On-line: RMB100 for regular admission or RMB50 for Yale undergraduate college graduates of 2014 or later.  


Walk-ins: RMB200.

Registrationhttps://yoopay.cn/event/12204579

Language: The panel discussions will be in Chinese. Q&A session could be Chinese or English.

Eligibility: Non-Yalies are welcome


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The Yale Club of Beijing was founded in 1995 and is a volunteer organization that aims to serve the Yale-affiliates and greater community in Beijing. We hold regular speaker series and other special events, charity projects in and beyond Beijing, and support Yale's programs and mission in China.

Questions, comments, and membership inquiries can be directed to
president.yaleclub.beijing@gmail.com.

Please visit our website at yaleclubofbeijing.net to sign up for this newsletter. Both Yalies and friends are welcome to join our email list!