Events - Regional Project Energy Security and Climate Change Asia-Pacific (RECAP)
Water Security and Disaster Management in Asia
The workshop aims to analyze the threats to water security in the face of worsening hydro-meteorological disasters due to climate change, as well as the methods of integrating disaster management into water governance.
Designing Buildings for a Zero Waste Hong Kong
Supported by KAS RECAP, the Business Environment Council, a Hong Kong-based environmental NGO, hosts a discussion on efficient waste management in buildings in the city. The workshop is part of our research project to draw lessons from New York for cities in Asia.
EU-Asia Relations and the Race for Global Resource Leadership
9th Workshop on EU-China 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-China 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.
Intergovernmental Ninth Regional Environmentally Sustainable Transport (EST) Forum in Asia
Regional Seminar on Safe, Climate Adaptive and Disaster Resilient Transport for Sustainable Development
The Intergovernmental Ninth Regional Environmentally Sustainable Transport (EST) Forum in Asia assembles ministers for transport and environment from Asia to elaborate strategies for a sustainable transportation development in their countries.
Energy Storage Summit Japan 2015
International Symposium in cooperation with Messe Düsseldorf
The production and storage of renewable energies is crucial to achieve low-carbon societies. KAS in cooperation with Messe Düsseldorf will discuss the political framework and business models of future energy storage solutions in Europe and Asia.
Urban Innovations — Hamburg-Hong Kong
Seminar series on sustainable urban development in Europe and Asia
The seminar series "Urban Innovations (UI)" brings together European and Asian experts and decision makers to look at experiences on green urban development made in Europe and discuss their possible application to Asia.
Changing global gas markets
International workshop on geopolitical and geo-economic impacts on the Asia-Pacific region and Europe
The center of gravity of the global natural gas market is shifting eastwards, in line with economic growth and increasing energy demand. The Asia-Pacific region has surpassed Europe to become the world’s largest gas importing region.
Coping with COP21
Simulation game to the World climate summit 2015 in Paris
In preparation for the World climate summit 2015 in Paris (COP21), the Hong Kong America Center in cooperation with the KAS regional project "Energy security and Climate change in Asia Pacific" organizes a simulation game.
Inauguration Ceremony of KAS Regional Project Energy Security and Climate Change
The newly established Hong Kong based KAS regional project "Energy Security and Climate Change in Asia-Pacific" will be officially inaugurated on 31 August 2015.
Climate Change and Energy Law
Climate Change Adaptation and Disaster Management Legal Regime in Asia
An international conference to highlight legal issues on climate change and disaster management.
Financing sustainable means of transport by the private sector
In cooperation with the Dutch "Partnership on Sustainable Low Carbon Transport", the Regional Programme "Energy Security and Climate Change" conducts a workshop about the sustainable development of transport systems on 4-5 June 2015 in Shanghai.
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Trade Conflicts and Energy Markets in Asia
KAS RECAP is launching a regional survey on implications of international trade disputes for energy development in Asia-Pacific. For preparing the survey, an international workshop took place in Hong Kong on 22 October 2019. Energy experts were invited to discuss the global economic uncertainties triggered mainly by the US-China trade conflict and their impacts on Asia’s energy sustainable development.
Youth Energy Academy 2019
Power to Empower
Supported by KAS RECAP, the Youth Energy Academy took place on 28 October – 3 November 2019. It was organized by the Sustainable Youth Energy Network and the Regional Resource Centre for Asia and Pacific at the Asian Institute of Technology (AIT), Thailand.
Resource Integration in Central Asia and its impacts on South Asia
International Workshop on Resource Integration and Climate Security
The workshop analysed how the resource integration in Central Asia is triggering developments in South Asia in terms of resource security.
UN Climate Finance & Sustainable Investing Conference 2019
Financing Sustainable Development / Investing for a Sustainable Future
UNESCAP co-organized with WGO a major UN conference, focusing on key Sustainability themes and Financial topics. UNESCAP sent their key representatives, including the Chief of Financing for Development Section, Macroeconomic Policy and Financing for Development Division to Hong Kong. Also, the United Nations invited key government officials globally and distinguished speakers/experts to participate in the event. With more than 40 international and local renowned speakers, the UN Conference fosters comprehensive dialogue among government officials, industry practitioners, scholars and NGOs to accelerate the paradigm shift in the sustainable investment. More importantly, this conference also aimed at facilitating changes in the decision making processes among investors and asset managers towards ESG investing. Through this established platform coupled with the network of the United Nations, extensive collaborations between institutional and private investors and project proponents are able to effectively engage among critical stakeholders towards the development of best practices for the development of Green Finance and Sustainable Investment.
Multi-Stakeholder Dialogue on Sustainability and Digital Cooperation
Implications of Technological Advancement for SDGs
The Multi-Stakeholder Dialogue on Sustainability and Digital Cooperation workshop, took place in Hong Kong, on September 12th, organized by KAS RECAP. The framework of the workshop was the recently published report by UN Secretary General’s high Panel of Digital Cooperation “The age of interdependence” https://digitalcooperation.org/, highlighting the rise of awareness coming from the UN Secretary General to consider how digital cooperation can contribute to the achievements of SDGs .
Carbon Markets and the Electricity Sector
Issues, Opportunities, and Priorities for East Asia
The workshop on “Carbon Markets and the Electricity Sector – Issues, Opportunities, and Priorities for East Asia” was held in Bangkok on 20 – 22 March 2019 in cooperation with Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK), the International Carbon Action Partnership (ICAP) and the Thailand Greenhouse Gas Management Organization (TGO). The main topic developed was ETS and Carbon Markets in East Asia.
Coping with Disruption: Dimensions of Digitalisation in Europe and Asia
8th Annual Workshop on EU-China Relations in Global Politics
The 8th annual workshop on EU-China Relations in Global Politics was held this year in Singapore, dealing with dimensions of digitalisation, disruption and disruptive innovation in Europe and Asia. International professionals and academics presented insightful papers, highlighting different aspects and opportunities of digitalisation in different economic sectors in Europe and Asia. As every year, the workshop took place in the framework of UACES Collaborative Research Network on EU-China Relations, and is supported by the KAS Regional Project Energy Security and Climate Change in Asia-Pacific (KAS RECAP).
International Workshop: Fighting Deforestation
New Business Solutions for Increasing Forest Carbon Storage
Growing global deforestation is not only endangering the variety of species living in forests, but also contributes immensely to the current greenhouse gas emissions. There is a huge market resulting from cutting forests down, but are there actual economic opportunities to gain from fighting deforestation? New business solutions have to be developed to increase in forest carbon storage. The workshop held in Bangkok, Thailand, was jointly organized by KAS Regional Project on Energy Security and Climate Change in Asia- Pacific and the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research PIK.
Neue Business Modelle im Energiesektor in Zeiten der Digitalisierung
The global energy business is under tremendous pressure to reinvent itself. Three major impact factors can be identified: Digitalisation, Decarbonisation and Decentralisation. All types of business operations will be affected – also beyond the traditional energy business. To manage these challenges, new skill, organisational culture and technological knowledge are needed. On invitation of ESSCA School of Management Shanghai, Dr Peter Hefele, Director KAS RECAP, presented main findings of a recent KAS RECAP study on Digitalisation of Global Energy Systems [https://www.kas.de/web/energie-klima-lateinamerika/single-title/-/content/geopolitik-erneuerbarer-energien-in-lateinamerika-eine-umfrage]. He emphasized on the cross-sectoral effects and the need for a better regulatory framework, to maximize the economic and social gains through digitalized energy systems. Enhancing the resilience of digitalized infrastructure and channeling funds into a green transition are further priorities of national and global politics.
Seminar on Sustainable Development Policy
Dr. Francesch-Huidobro, Principal Consultant, Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung Regional Project Energy Security and Climate Change Asia-Pacific, gave expert lectures on sustainable development politics and policy to a group of Senior Officials of the Ministry of Public Administration of Bangladesh attending an executive training programme in Hong Kong. Dr. Francesch-Huidobro shared her expertise on the challenges brought about by having to apply global sustainability norms to local needs. She illustrated her lectures with examples of energy security and climate change policy-making in Asia-Pacific.
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