Upcoming Google Hangout: Energy Security in China

Tuesday, September 25, 2012 23:32
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Economic growth might be slowing down in China, securing enough energy for the future is still one of its major headaches. In the next China Weekly Hangout we will focus on energy security, the first of a range of hangouts on sustainability.

How successful is China is securing its energy supply, and what are the consequences for the environment, international relations? How is the country promoting green energy, does it work, and how does it deal with international complaints it is subsidizing its energy industry. And is that bad?
The pros and cons of coal, nuclear power, wind energy, solar power, building dams in rivers and the efforts to save energy: enough subjects to cover with our panel, which will include (but it not limited to):

Terry Cooke is the founder of the China Partnership of Greater Philadelphia, a non-profit platform to accelerate public-private collaboration between Greater Philadelphia and China in clean energy and energy-efficient buildings. He is also a Senior Fellow at the T.C. Chan Center for Building Simulation and Energy Studies at the University of Pennsylvania (and Tsinghua University, Beijing). He most recently was elected to the Global Oversight Committee of The Philadelphia Orchestra.

Richard Brubaker is adjunct Professor of Management, Sustainability and Responsible Leadership at China Europe International Business School (CEIBS) and author of the website AllRoadsLeadToChina. With almost 20 years of Asia experience (the last 10 based in mainland China), Rich assists his clients (both Fortune 500 companies and SMEs) in understanding the China market, determining their own China platform and implementing effective strategies.

The China Weekly Hangout will be broadcast on YouTube on 10pm Beijing time, 4pm CEST and 10am EST, in this space and a link will be available on our Google+ events page – available here. On the event page you can register for the event and also leave comments or ask questions. (Note our slightly changed broadcasting time).
If you want to attend, please register at our event page. If you want to participate, do leave us a comment here or drop us a line. Please note that the number of seats in the official hangout is very limited.

A recorded edition of our hangout will be available shortly after the event. Moderation by Fons Tuinstra of the China Speakers Bureau.

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