Events - Regional Project Energy Security and Climate Change Asia-Pacific (RECAP)
Resource Integration in Central Asia and its political impacts to South Asia
Political Development in Asia-Pacific
The workshop aims to analyze how the resource integration in Central Asia is triggering developments in South Asia.
Youth Energy Academy
Empowering young people in Asia to implement sustainable energy projects
In late October, a one-week training course will be offered to youngsters from South and Southeast Asia to enrich their theoretical and practical knowledge on climate change and energy-related topics.
Impacts of Trade Conflicts on Energy Security in Asia Pacific
How are trade disputes between countries affecting the energy landscape in Asia Pacific? KAS RECAP will hold a workshop to examine the impacts of the current trade conflicts on the energy development in the region. Experts from China, Japan, Korea and Singapore will be attending.
Climate Finance & Sustainable Investing Conference 2019
KAS RECAP is supporting the Climate Finance & Sustainable Investing Conference 2019 with World Green Organisation and UNESCAP.
UNESCAP will co-organize with WGO a major UN conference, focusing on key Sustainability themes and Financial topics. UNESCAP will send 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 will be inviting key government officials globally and distinguished speakers/experts to participate in the event.
Youth Climate Summit
Issues & Opportunities for Climate Action in Hong Kong
KAS-RECAP is supporting Hong Kong - America Center's event, in the framework of the United Nations NYC, which has recently held a climate summit of world leaders. HKAC would like to rise awareness among Hong Kong youths.
Multi-Stakeholder Dialogue on Sustainability and Digital Cooperation
Implications of Technological Advancement for SDGs
Digital technologies are transforming our ways of living in every sphere. Since 2018, the United Nations is closely examining how digital cooperation can contribute to the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals. The core question is, how digital advancement can facilitate the debate on sustainability. KAS RECAP will invite key stakeholders in the local sustainability field in Hong Kong to discuss the key findings of the UN's report on the implications of digitalization for human development.
Carbon Markets and the Electricity Sector: Issues, Opportunities, and Priorities for East Asia
Regional Workshop on Emissions' Trading
Emission reductions in the electricity sector will be paramount if the Paris commitments of reducing global warming to well below 2 degrees Celsius are to be attained. Emissions trading systems (ETS) as a cost-effective instrument for emissions control are now being implemented or considered across a diverse set of jurisdictions in East Asia. KAS RECAP will hold a two-day workshop in Bangkok to discuss the carbon markets in the subregion.
Coping with Disruption: Dimensions of Digitalisation in Europe and Asia
Workshop on EU-China Relations in Global Politics
Digitalisation brings opportunities and challenges to every sphere of our daily lives. Are Europe and Asia on the right track to cope with this latest technological trend? A two-day workshop held by KAS RECAP and UACES will gather young professionals from different sectors to examine its political, economic, social and cultural implications.
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Energy Security and Climate Change in South and South East Asia
Mapping the Threats and Enforcing Adaptation
South and South East Asia are among those regions which are most vulnerable to the impacts of climate change. Besides mitigation to climate change, clear and comprehensive strategies for adaptation have to be developed and implemented. This workshop brought together experts from the two regions to analyze the challenges and draft recommendations for politics, business and society.It was jointly organized in cooperation with the Center for South Asian Studies (CSAS), a long-term partner of Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung.
Visit of Climate and Energy Experts from Asia in Berlin, Hamburg and Brussels
On invitation by KAS regional project energy security and climate change in Asia-Pacific (RECAP) climate and energy experts from Asia visited Berlin, Hamburg and Brussels for one week. The experts were invited and accompanied by Dr. Peter Hefele, director RECAP in Hong Kong.
Ways towards a peaceful and sustainable use of natural resources in Asia
Workshop “Resources, Sovereignty and Geopolitics”
Cross-national tensions about the access to natural resources constitute a major security risk in Asia and must be addressed by governments more attentively. to share experiences from different regions and to draft recommendations to political decision makers, KAS RECAP jointly with the renowned British think tank Chatham House organised an international workshop on this topic on 26 and 27 May 2016 in Hong Kong.
The Future of Coal and Chances for Clean Coal
Global Energy Security and Climate Change Challenges
A two-day workshop, organized by KAS’s RECAP and King’s College’s EUCERS and supported by the Atlantic Council and the National University of Singapore, on the future of coal and CCS technology was held on 5th and 6th May in Seoul. Experts from 11 countries had a debate on the present and future role of fossil fuels from a global and regional perspective and the potentials of technical development on clean coal.
Southeast Asia on its path towards a sustainable energy and climate policy
RECAP representatives in Thailand and Cambodia
Southeast Asia is playing a crucial role in mitigating the climate change due to its large potential of natural resources and its fast growing economies in the region. As this densely populated region is already suffering from massive changes in local weather conditions, the countries need to adapt their national energy and climate politics and tighten their regional cooperation. To support these transformation processes, RECAP launched a series of presentations in Thailand and Cambodia to raise awareness for the challenges laying ahead.
After COP21: Global Problems, Local Solutions
On April 9-10, 2016, Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung, RECAP Hong Kong sponsored a "Student Energy Forum" on “After COP21: Global Problems, Local Solutions”, co-organized by the Hong Kong-America Center and the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology.
EU-Asian Energy Politics in the 21st Century
The fifth workshop of the series "EU-Asia Relations in Global Politics", jointly organised by RECAP and the European-Asian research network EUACES, discussed current developments in the energy politics cooperation between Asia and Europe. Numerous contributions of young researchers of different disciplines provided a comprehensive picture of the future challenges for politics and economy.
Challenges for Electricity Industry in an Age of Renewable Energies
The Regional Project Energy Security and Climate Change in Asia and Pacific (RECAP) and Griffith University/Brisbane jointly organized an international workshop on challenges for the Electricity Industry in an era of growing renewable energy production. Experts from 11 countries gathered in Hong Kong to analyze recent developments in domestic electricity markets and worked on policy recommendation to better frame this far reaching transition process.
Conference about the Issues of Energy Security and Renewable Energies at Nazarbayev University in Astana
In light of the presentation “Strategic Perspectives for Bilateral Energy Cooperation between the EU and Kazakhstan”, a conference about the issues of energy security and renewable energies was held on the 16th of February at Nazarbayev University in Astana.
Dr. Peter Hefele and Thomas Helm visit Astana Solar
Together with Dr. Peter Hefele, the head of the KAS regional program for “Energy Security and Climate Change” in Asia, Thomas Helm, the resident representative of the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung in Kazakhsan, visited the company Astana Solar in the Kazakh capital on the 15th of February.
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