Asia-Pacific Partnership: Promoting the Low Carbon Economy

Time: March 25, Thursday 08:30 - 10:00

Sponsored by the Asia-Pacific Partnership

The Asia-Pacific Partnership on Clean Development and Climate consists of seven partner countries that collectively account for more than half of the world's economy, population, and energy use. The seven countries are working together to meet goals for energy security, air pollution reduction, and climate change. Find out first-hand how the partner countries plan to expand investment and trade in cleaner technologies and key environmental goods and services sectors. Learn more about how the APP is helping reduce greenhouse gas emissions by adopting transformational energy technologies.

Joseph Odhiambo, Senior Policy Analyst, Environment Canada, Ottawa, ON, Canada (Moderator)
Barbara De Rosa-Joynt, Multilateral Initiatives Coordinator, US Department of State, Washington, DC, USA (APP Administrative Support Group Member) (Moderator)
Sue Kruse, General Manager, International, Resources Development and Taxation Branch, Australian Department of Resources, Energy and Tourism, Canberra, ACT, Australia (Chair of the APP Aluminium Task Force)
Jim Hendricks, US Department of Energy / Edison Electrical Institute, Washington, DC, USA (Acting Chair of the APP Power Generation and Transmission Task Force)
Terry McIntyre, Senior Science Advisor on Biofuels and Bioenergy, Science and Technology Branch, Environment Canada, Gatineau, QC, Canada (Chair of the APP Renewable Energy and Distributed Generation Task Force)