Business Environment Council (BEC), Hong Kong Centre for Carbon Innovation (HKCCI), and the University of Edinburgh (UoE) are co-organising an executive training course on Developing and Financing Low Carbon Economy on 13 December 2017.
UoE is the first in the world to offer MSc programme in Carbon Finance. Professionals are dedicated in the climate change investment field and are focussed on the business opportunities and financial flows driven by society’s response to climate change. We have invited Professor Andy Kerr, the founding Director of the Edinburgh Centre for Carbon Innovation and Professor of Low Carbon and Climate Innovation at the University of Edinburgh.
Join this highly interactive half-day executive training to learn about the current situation in low carbon economy and carbon finance, review the risks and opportunities, and develop organisational strategies without jeopardising financial stability through real world examples.
- UK and regional climate change policy framework
- Stimulating the low-carbon economy in China
- Designing a domestic emissions trading scheme in China/ developing a regional low-carbon action plan
- Current low-carbon/ energy saving industry and technologies development
|Date||13 Dec 2017 (Wed)|
|Time||14:00 – 17:00|
|Venue||BEC Headquarters, 77 Tat Chee Avenue, Kowloon Tong, Hong Kong|
|Speaker||Professor Andy Kerr, Low Carbon Innovation, University of Edinburgh|
|Fee||HK$ 980 (see flyer for discounts)|
|A certificate of attendance endorsed by BEC, HKCCI, and University of Edinburgh will be awarded to participants after the course.|