Lunch time conference
|Theme||EuropeAid, The Institute of Contemporary China Studies|
|Speaker||1. Introduction by Walter KENNES, Coordination Regional Programmes Asia Environment, forestry, climate change. DG Development And Cooperation- EuropeAid, European Commission; 2. Prof.Jonathan HOLSLAG, Director of the Institute of Contemporary China Studies.|
Asian countries are determined to turn environmental challenges into an economic opportunity.
While the procees of building green societies will be laborious & precarious, new initiatives in clean energy, smart cities, waste processing & resource saving materials are emerging.
Europe might have sparked some of asia's interest in a green future, but it remains to be seen whether it keeps apace in the new race for technology, talent, and ideas.
The Info Point invites you to a dialogue on the EU action with Asian countries in relation to greeb econmy and climate change.