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Regional Project Energy Security & Climate Change Asia-Pacific
The Regional Project Energy Security and Climate Change Asia-Pacific (RECAP) was launched in 2015 in Hong Kong, China supporting the dialogue in the Asia-Pacific region.
Pandemie und Energiesicherheit: Force Majeure in Asien
Das Coronavirus trifft die asiatischen Energiemärkte mit voller Wucht. Der massive Nachfrageeinbruch könnte die Energieversorgungsstrukturen nachhaltig verändern.
Trade Conflicts and Energy Security in Asia Pacific
Trade disputes between countries are shaping the energy development in Asia-Pacific. A workshop will be held in Hong Kong to discuss the impacts of trade issues on energy markets.
Handover of the Regional Project KAS RECAP
Starting from 1 July, Dr. Christian Hübner is officially the Director of the Regional Project Energy Security and Climate Change Asia-Pacific of Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung.
The Regional Project Energy Security and Climate Change Asia-Pacific, based in Hong Kong SAR, PR China, supports the dialogue between decision makers in the region and with Europe concerning challenges of the energy and climate policy. The project develops solutions and concrete projects of sustainability in politics, economy and society.