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Designing Buildings for a Zero Waste Hong Kong

Lessons from the USA


IEA-ICAP-KAS Carbon Pricing Dialogue

Mitigation strategies and carbon pricing in the Asia-Pacific

The International Energy Agency (IEA) in collaboration with the International Carbon Action Partnership (ICAP) and Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung’s Regional Programme Energy Security and Climate Change (KAS RECAP) are hosting a public webinar on mitigation strategies and carbon pricing in the Asia-Pacific.


Green Finance for Renewable Energies

Webinar series

KAS RECAP and Climate Bonds Initiative launch a series of online workshops to have a discussion on the latest development of green finance in the region.


EU-Asia Relations and the Race for Global Resource Leadership - 9th Workshop

CALL FOR PAPERS 9th Workshop on EU-Asia Relations in Global Politics

We are calling for papers on various subjects, about EU-Asia relations and the race for global resource leadership, for the upcoming 9th Workshop on EU-Asia Relations in Global Politics, namely: Race-No. 1: Political economy, industrial policy and infrastructure Race-No. 2: Energy resources Race-No. 3: Circular economy and materials Race-No. 4: Business models and management methods.


FX hedging for Renewable Energy Projects in Illiquid Markets

ASEAN Webinar Series

Supported by KAS RECAP, Climate Bonds Initiative is launching a series of webinars to discuss FX hedging for green bonds in ASEAN region.


Carbon Pricing in Southeast and East Asia and COVID-19 response

Issues and opportunities for ensuring sustainable and low-carbon energy development

IEA, ICAP & KAS RECAP are hosting a closed online workshop titled: Carbon Pricing in Southeast and East Asia and COVID-19 response: Issues and opportunities for ensuring a sustainable and low-carbon energy development. The Objective: Carbon pricing policies form a crucial tool to deliver on the ambitious goals of the Paris Agreement and avoid the costs of carbon lock-ins. In the past years, numerous jurisdictions in Southeast and East Asia have either adopted or are in the process of establishing a carbon price to reduce GHG emissions and to decarbonize electricity and industry sectors. The COVID-19 crisis and its global economic and geopolitical consequences, have introduced new challenges to global low-carbon transitions. This is occurring at time when the window for climate action is closing rapidly, while massive investments in low-carbon energy technologies and systems are urgently needed. In this workshop, experts and policymakers will present the state of play of carbon pricing in the region, analyze interactions between the latest climate and energy policy signals against the background of new market dynamics and green recovery plans, and discuss the opportunities for cost-effective low-carbon transitions in the years ahead with a focus on the power sector. The outcome of this workshop will be shared in a short report which will be distributed among the participants. Furthermore, the partners expect to host a physical workshop in Thailand (December 2020, subject to the current context/conditions) in order to conclude the present state of the global low carbon transition in those regions. The event is a closed virtual workshop. Will be held on 15th and 16th of July, 2020. Please note that participation is only by personal invitation.


The New EU Taxonomy and Asian Financial Markets

Fostering Cross-regional Cooperation on Sustainable Finance

Sustainable Finance is on the rise in financial markets across the world, with the EU and Asian Financial Hubs like Hong Kong SAR, Singapore and Tokyo among the leading proponents of ESG. KAS RECAP and KAS Multinational Development Policy Dialogue in Brussels host a webinar to discuss implications of the EU taxonomy for the financial markets in Asia.


Youth Energy Academy

Capacity Building for Local Communities in South and Southeast Asia

KAS RECAP, the Sustainable Youth Energy Network and the Regional Resource Centre for Asia and Pacific at the Asian Institute of Technology (AIT), Thailand will organize a Youth Energy Academy in June to October 2020. It aims to raise awareness, engage and training young people in Asia to develop sustainable energy projects.


Green Recovery Plans in Asia-Pacific

Governments in Asia Pacific are implementing different measures to mitigate the impacts of coronavirus on the society. KAS RECAP organizes a series of online workshops to discuss the green elements of the recovery plans in China, Japan, South Korea, Australia, India and Thailand.


Force Majeure: COVID-19 and the Energy Sector in Asia

Coronavirus, Oil Price War and Regulations

The COVID-19 outbreak has put the global economy to a halt, resulting in a significant reduction in the demand for energy. At the same time, a price war between the major oil suppliers triggered a collapse of the price of oil. With the CUHK Law Faculty, KAS RECAP will hold a webinar to examine the impacts of the coronavirus on the energy development in Asia-Pacific. The geopolitical and legal perspectives of such effects will be discussed in details.

Emerging Role of Blue Finance in the Asia Pacific Region


The focus of the workshop was to deliberate on the mobilization of the market for generating blue finance opportunities and the kind of reforms that are needed for the augmentation especially in the post COVID world.

Prospective Political Frameworks for Decarbonisation in 2030

Foresight Workshops' Results - Politics of Decarbonisation in Asia‑Pacific

In September 2021, KAS RECAP hosted a series of online closed workshops to explore political issues associated with decarbonisation in Asia‑Pacific. Under the guidance of professional facilitators, participants from public institutions, private sector, NGOs and academia from Asia and Europe have developed a set of futures scenarios for various thematic topics around decarbonisation applying foresight methods. For each topic, four futures scenarios were developed and explored in relation to environmental, social and governance factors along with the identification of key trends and emerging issues.

Perception of the Planned EU Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism in Asia-Pacific

Presentation of Survey Results

Although global climate action is growing, under the current unconditional commitments made by Parties to the Paris Agreement, global temperatures are predicted to rise by more than 3°C by 2100, far above the goal of 1.5°C. To address climate change and carbon leakage, the European Union plans to introduce a carbon border adjustment mechanism (EU CBAM) that will ensure that the price of imports reflects more accurately the carbon content of the goods. Against this backdrop, KAS RECAP and GlobeScan hosted a public webinar to launch the survey results on the perception of the planned EU CBAM in Asia-Pacific on 6 May 2021.

Disaster Risk Reduction in Asia: A Collective Approach from South and Southeast Asia

Hybrid Launch of Research Publication

This hybrid publication launch presented the finding of the publication ‘Disaster Risk Reduction in Asia: A Collective Approach from South and Southeast Asia’.

Carbon Neutrality Dialogue

The Legal and Regulatory Issues on Carbon Capture, Utilization and Storage in Europe and Asia: A Comparative Perspective

The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) and KAS RECAP organized a series of webinars discussing the legal dimension of the carbon neutrality pledges in Asia.

Resilience of Renewable Energy in Asia-Pacific to the COVID-19 Pandemic


On 11 March 2021, KAS RECAP hosted a webinar to launch and discuss a study on performance of the renewable energy before and during the COVID-19 pandemic in Asia-Pacific. The research was conducted by the Energy Studies Institute (ESI), National University of Singapore.

Opportunities and Challenges for a Blue economy in Asia-Pacific region in COVID 19 world

The workshop discussed the opportunities and challenges in developing blue economy framework in Asia-Pacific.

Designing Buildings for A Zero Waste Hong Kong

With the support of KAS RECAP, the Business Environment Council hosted an online seminar on waste management in buildings on 8th December 2020.

EU-Asia Relations and the Race for Global Resource Leadership - 9th Workshop

9th Workshop on EU-Asia Relations in Global Politics

The 9th Annual Workshop on EU-China Relations in Global Politics was held on 4-5 November 2020 and for the first time virtually due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. This year’s topics included energy, political economy, circular economy, and business management methods. Academics and professionals from around the world presented insightful papers to an audience of some 40 participants covering diverse aspects of these topics in Asia and Europe. As every year, the Workshop took place in the framework of UACES Research Network on EU-China Relations and is supported by the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung Regional Project Energy Security and Climate Change in Asia-Pacific (KAS RECAP). The event was hosted by Deakin University and the ESSCA EU*Asia Institute.

Green Finance for Renewable Energies

Webinar Series

KAS RECAP and Climate Bonds Initiative launched a series of online workshops to have a discussion on the latest development of green finance in the region.

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