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Mar. 20 - 25, 2017 Workshop

Global Emissions Reductions: Motivations, Obstacles and Germany’s Role

Presentation of an international KAS survey

The Paris Agreement on climate change COP21 aims at limiting of global warming to well below two degrees Celsius. A new study takes a look into the emission policies of the world’s four largest producers of GHG: China, India, Russia and the USA. more…

Beijing, Hong Kong, Singapore
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Mar. 15 - 16, 2017 Panel

EU-Asian Sustainable Management

EU-China Relations in Global Politics

Sustainability is an important perspective in many countries' development strategies. In cooperation with UACES and European Union Centre in Taiwan, KAS RECAP will organize the 6th Workshop on EU-Asian Relations focusing on Sustainable Management. more…

Taipei, Taiwan
Feb. 23 - 25, 2017 Congress

The Regulation of Energy Investments along "One Belt–one Road"

Central Asia and Russia play an increasingly important role for China’s energy security. But energy investment environment in these countries is challenging. KAS RECAP in cooperation with CUHK and Energy Charter debates a new regulatory framework. more…

Hong Kong SAR / PR China
Feb. 17 - 18, 2017 Congress

Compensating for Climate Change Impacts?

In light of the debates during COP21 and COP22 on responsibility for climate change-related impacts, this international workshop discusses new institutional settings, improved legal regulations, and innovative business models to cope with. more…

Hong Kong

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Seeking for Asia-Euro Sustainable Development

Luncheon discussion with European Chamber of Commerce Taiwan

More than 50 participants from academia and business attended a luncheon discussion on "Sustainable Management" at Grand Hyatt Hotel in Taipeh/Taiwan. The European Chamber of Commerce Taiwan ECCT, in cooperation with [...] more…

The Regulation of Energy Investments Along the „Belt and Road“

International conference on international energy law

Energy is a central aspect of China’s “One Belt – One Road” (OBOR) policy. It is of strategic importance for China to ensure a secure and reliable supply of external energy resources to the Chinese market. Central Asia and Russia [...] more…

Who is liable for the impacts of climate change?

New approaches for the distribution of climate compensation

The Paris Agreement COP21 one more time has highlighted the need of the global community to develop mechanisms of balancing climate induced loss and damage. Opinions differ widely as how such compensation shall be designed. KAS [...] more…

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