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International NGOs in Global Governance. The Case of Climate Negotiations and Climate Finance

Nowadays, Global Governance is not only the purview of state actors interacting through international treaties but also a space where many diverse non-state actors participate in decision making. It is particularly prominent in climate change diplomacy given the variety of scientific, policy, technical and financial expertise it requires and which non-state actors can provide. As demonstrated by the last conference of parties (COP24) to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), INGOs participated in the negotiations as observers, representing the interests of local governments, indigenous people, women, youth, business and industry, and the scientific community.


Digitalisierung im Energiesektor

Erfahrungen aus Europa und Asien

Digitalisierung gehört zu den wichtigen Entwicklungen der Energiebranche. Sie bringt technologische Verbesserungen, beinflusst aber auch Energiesicherheit. KAS RECAP und KAS MNED veranstalten einen Workshop zur Frage, wie Digitalisierung Energiesysteme gestaltet.


Investition in Energieeffizienz: Verbesserung des politischen Rahmens von Hongkong

Erfahrungen aus Metropolen in China, Japan und Europa

Buildings account for a considerable amount of overall energy consumption in cities. Therefore, improving energy efficiency is one of the key policies for cities to mitigate climate change. The launch event will present the main findings of the research project by the Business and Environment Council (BEC), supported by KAS RECAP on energy conservation. It compares buildings’ energy efficiency policies and measures of different metropolitan cities with the situation in Hong Kong and offers policy recommendations for the local Government.


Powering up Sustainable Development for Asia

The Future of Global and Regional Investment in Asia’s Energy Sector

Renewable energy technologies not only help to mitigate climate change by substituting for carbon-emitting fossil fuels, but also can expand energy security by avoiding exposure to the volatility of fossil fuel markets. Renewables, can also help provide cheap and reliable energy to areas where grid-based provision is unreliable or otherwise prohibited by geography or high costs. The increased efficiency and renewable nature of such energy can improve energy availability, energy security and economic resilience.


UN Civil Society Organizations' Forum

Third Forum of Ministers and Environment Authorities of Asia Pacific

With the support of KAS RECAP, Singapore’s Ministry of the Environment and Water Resources and the United Nations Environment Programme (UN Environment) Asia and the Pacific Office host a Major Group and Stakeholders’ Forum on 23rd January 2019. This workshop provides representatives from the civil society in Asia a platform to discuss their positions and strategic inputs, and ensure that voices of marginalized sectors and grassroots are included in the Third Forum of Ministers.


Envisioning Asia - SDG and Local Development

International Workshop

The workshop will gather all Webinar participants from five Asian countries to finalize their multimedia essays and to prepare their presentations in the United Nations' Major Group and Stakeholders’ Forum in Singapore.


CarbonCare® Conference 2018 Accelerating Green Finance in Asia: Investing in a +1.5 Degrees World

4 December 2018 (Tuesday) 9:00 am to 5:00 pm The Hong Kong Jockey Club Happy Valley Racecourse

“Limiting global warming to 1.5 °C above pre-industrial levels would be a herculean task, involving rapid, dramatic changes in how governments, industries and societies function, according to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). The world is on track for around 3 degrees of warming by the end of the century if it doesn’t make major reductions in greenhouse gas emissions. It could breach 1.5 °C as early as 2030 if global warming continues at its current rate. At this very juncture, one of the best approaches to tackle this global challenge is to identify the gaps and opportunities for green investments, and to deliver tangible benefits by channeling funds to high-impact projects through green finance. Policy and finance experts from around the region will share their insight on how to accelerate green finance in Asia. This is a pertinent question not only for practitioners in the finance sector, but also for all business and civil society leaders who are committed to avoiding the worst outcome for our future generations.”


Nachhaltigkeit in globalen Wertschöpfungsketten

Internationaler Workshop

Durch offene Märkte sind Unternehmen und die Wirtschaft immer stärker in globale Wertschöpfungsketten eingebunden. Diese Verbindungen gehen mit einer stärkeren Verantwortung für soziale und Umweltbedingungen sowie Eindämmung des Klimawandels einher.


Unsere Antworten auf den Klimawandel

Internationale Konferenz

Der Klimawandel ist eine der größten heutigen Herausforderungen für die Menschheit. Er hat unter Anderem massive Einflüsse auf die weltweite Wirtschaft. Insbesondere globale Produktions- und Wertschöpfungsketten sowie Arbeitsmärkte sind betroffen.


Energiesicherheit und Energiemarktintegration in Südasien

Wege zu einer verbesserten Energieversorgung und regionaler Stabilität

In Südasien wächst die Nachfrage nach Energie rasant. Die Vorzüge eines verknüpften Energiesystems werden jedoch noch nicht ausgeschöpft. KAS RECAP und COSATT veranstalten einen Workshop über das Potenzial energiepolitischer Kooperation in Südasien.

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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