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2010年10月1日 星期五,Michelle Wong (Civic Exchange) <mwong@civic-exchange.org> 寫道﹕

寄件人: Michelle Wong (Civic Exchange) <mwong@civic-exchange.org>
主題: [Climate Dialogue Newsletter] Registration is now open!
收件人: “Houghton Wan” <houghton.wan@incubator.com.hk>
日期: 2010年10月1日,星期五,上午12:39

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NEWSLETTER (2010.09.30)

Thank you for subscribing to Civic Exchange’s new Climate Dialogue Newsletter. Our previous newsletter introduced the basic line-up for the four days conference to be taken place from 3-6 November 2010, as well as an extended youth campaign called Get It Green to engage young people in the climate change dialogue. Please watch the video below to understand the topics to be covered in the conference; and visit CLIMATE DIALOGUE WEBSITE for updated programme and other conference materials: http://climate.dialogue.org.hk.



Different processes for registration will apply on different days depending on venue capacity and the subject matter. We expect high demand for places and may not be able to accommodate everyone who wishes to participate. Civic Exchange is happy to announce that the conference registration is now open. A number of places will be open for public registrations for Days 1 to 2 (3-4 November, 2010). Days 3 to 4 (5-6 November, 2010) are by invitation only. Please click HERE to register for Climate Dialogue.


The line-up of guest speakers is as diverse in occupational backgrounds as it is in geographical origin. It promises to present attendees with many different views and perspectives on the issue of climate change and possible ways to tackle it. Speakers include:

– Alexis Lau (HKUST)
– Andrew Chan (Hong Kong Green Building Council)
– Andy Lipkis (Tree People)
– Amber Marie Beard (China Resources Property Limited)
– Barbara Finamore (NRDC, USA)
– Barry Cheung Chun-yuen (Urban Renewal Authority)
– Bill Barron (HKUST)
– Bo Ekman (Tällberg Foundation)
– Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor (Secretary for Development, HK SAR Government)
– CC Chan (EV Association of Asia Pacific)
– Chen Binheng (Fudan University)
– Chuck Shulock (Internaional Council on Clean Transportation)
– Cormac Cullinan (Lawyer, South Africa)
– Daniel Wiener (City of Basel)
– David Buckland (Cape Farewell)
– David Drewry (Polar Scientist)
– David Miller (Mayor of Toronto)
– David Schutt (SAE International)
– Delman Lee (TAL Apparel)
– Donald Tsang Yam-kuen (Cheif Executive, HK SAR Government)
– Gabriel Lau (NOAA, USA)
– George Hongchoy (The Link Real Estate Investment Trust)
– George Miller (American Institute of Architects)
– General T Michael Moseley (General (Ret.) US Air Foruce)
– Glenn Frommer (MTR Corporation)
– Gordon Feller (CISCO)
– Hafid Abbas (Director General, Ministry of Justice & Human Rights, Indonesia)
– Hiroyuki Aoki (Tokyo Electric Power Company)
– Hu Tao (UN-China Climate Change Partnership Framework Program)
– Isabel Dedring (Greater London Authority)
– James E. Hansen (NASA, USA)
– Jay Harman (Pax Scientific)
– Jeanne Ng (CLP Power)
– Jeremy Bentham (Shell)
– Jimmy Fung (HKUST)
– Johan Rockström (Stockholm Environment Institute)
– John D Liu (Environment Education Media Project, China)
– John Edwin Morz (East West Institute)
– Katherine Choi (Hong Kong SAR Government)

– Kenny Ausubel (Bioneers)
– Krista Milne (City of Melbourne)
– Kristin Helsel (Aerovironment)
– Laurence Brahm (Himalaya Consensus)
– Lisa Hopkinson (University of Bradford)
– Marco Imperadori (Politenico di Milano University)
– Mark Clifford (Asia Business Council)
– Mark Evers (Transport for London)
– Martin Lees (Club of Rome)
– Michael Edesess (HKUST)
– Nicholas Brooke (HKSTP)
– Nicky Gavron (Former Deputy Mayor of London)
– Nobuhito Hanada (JCB Co. Ltd.)
– Noriko Honda Chen (Capital World Investors)
– Olaf Gerlach-Hansen ( Danish Center for Culture and Development)
– Paul Zimmerman (DesigningHongkong)
– Pan Jiahua (CASS, China )
– Peter Cooper ( Better Place )
– Peter HY Wong (Global Reporting Initiative)
– Peter Littlewood (CLP Holdings Ltd.)
– Pei Shengji (Chinese Academy of Science)
– Rae Kwon Chung (UN ESCAP)
– Rajat Chauhan (Ultrarunner)
– Raymond Yau (Arup)
– Richard Sandor (Chicago Climate Exchange)
– Robert LiMandri (New York City)
– Robert W Corell (Distinguished Climate Scientist, USA)
– Robert Swan (Polar explorer and educator)
– Steve Crolius (Clinton Climate Initiative)
– Steven Xu Sitao (Economist, China)
– Stanley Szeto (Lever Style)
– Simon Ng (HKUST)
– Simon Reddy (C40)
– Takeo Sugii (Ministry of the Environment, Japan)
– Tang Zilai (Tongji University)
– Wang Zhe (Tongji University)
– Will Steffen (Australian National University)
– Yu Zhuang (Huazhong University of Science & Technology)
– Zou Ji (Chinese People’s University)


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