Points to be discussed will be the transferability of an ecological tax reform into the Japanese context as well the opportunities/obstacles to introducing an emissions trading scheme in Japan. Furthermore, the dicussions will also concentrate on how municipalities rise to the challenge of climate protection as well as the role of NGOs in the decision making process.At the symposium, the latest reports on the German experiences with ecological tax reform and emissions trading in Germany will be shared. Conference participants include representatives from the business sector, local governments and NGOs in Germany and Japan. Based on the presentations that focus on innovative methods of implementing green house gas reduction, panellists will discuss the future possibility of cooperation between Germany and Japan in the field of climate policies. More information and contact: Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES)Phone: 046-855-37202108-11 Kamiyamaguchi, Hayama, Kanagawa, 240-0115 JAPANEmail: email@example.com details
1 November 2005: Climate Policy Symposium bringing together researchers and decision makers from Japan and Germany to discuss and exchange experiences with policy dialogues and stakeholder involvement.
You want to read more about other markets?
Please choose the country you are interested in:
Afghanistan Algeria Argentina Australia Austria Bangladesh Belgium Bhutan Bulgaria Canada Chile China Costa Rica Czech Republic Denmark Djibouti Ecuador Egypt El Salvador Eritrea Estonia Ethiopia Finland France Germany Greece Hungary Iceland India Indonesia Iran Ireland Israel Italy Jamaica Japan Jordan Kazakhstan Kenya Latvia Lebanon Libya Lithuania Malaysia Mauritius Mexico Morocco Nepal Netherlands New Zealand Nigeria Norway Oman Pakistan Palestinian Territory Papua New Guinea Peru Philippines Poland Portugal Romania Russia Rwanda Saudi Arabia Singapore Slovakia Somalia South Africa South Korea Spain Sri Lanka Sudan Sweden Switzerland Syria Taiwan Tanzania Thailand Tunisia Turkey Uganda Ukraine United Arab Emirates United Kingdom United States Venezuela Vietnam Yemen