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The 21st Asia-Pacific Seminar on Climate Change

July 10, 2012

The 21st Asia-Pacific Seminar on Climate Change (hereinafter referred to as AP seminar) will be held at the Asian Development Bank Institute (Tokyo) on 26th and 27th July, which is co-organized by the Ministry of Environment, Japan and the Department of Climate Change and Energy Efficiency, Australia, and supported by the Asian Development Bank.
The 21st AP seminar aims at discussing climate technology development and transfer in the Asia-Pacific region among approximately fifty participants from countries in the Asia-Pacific region, international organizations, and research institutions.
Kajihara (Councilor of Global Environment Bureau), Shimada (Special Advisor to the Minister), and others from the Ministry of the Environment will participate in this seminar.

1. Date: 26 (Thu)-27 (Fri), July, 2012

2. Co-organizer: Ministry of the Environment, Japan
Department of Climate Change and Energy Efficiency, Australia

3. Supporter: Asian Development Bank

4. Secretariat: Overseas Environmental Cooperation Center(OECC)

5. Participants: Representatives of countries in the Asia-Pacific region, international organizations, and selected research institutions.

6. Agenda: Climate technology development and transfer in the Asia-Pacific region

7. Language: English

*The seminar is not open to the general public. The result will be announced after the conference.

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