CHINA TIME SYMPOSIUM „Discussing EU-CHINA Climate Cooperation”
November 23: 9.30am – 4pm, City Hall and until 3pm via livestream November 24: 9.30am – 2.30pm, City Hall and until 1.15pm via livestream
CHINA TIME 2022 addresses one of the most pressing challenges and important issues of our time - climate change. As an established high-level exchange forum, CHINA TIME is inviting representatives and experts in related fields from Germany, other European countries and China to a two-day symposium, titled “Discussing EU-China Climate Cooperation”, to share viewpoints and discuss strategies for tackling the climate crisis.
The event will include a number of panel debates exploring topical themes such as how international climate cooperation can be strengthened between the EU and China, and the importance of finding long-term solutions to the crisis. Other timely issues on the agenda include the economic effects of climate cooperation and the role earmarked for urban initiatives.
High-profile experts in the fields of science, politics, culture and business, among others, are scheduled to address the symposium. Keynote speakers that are confirmed to attend include: Jennifer Morgan, State Secretary at the Federal Foreign Office and Special Representative for International Climate Policy, Germany; Jacob Werksman, Principal Advisor to the Directorate General for Climate Action in the Eu Commission; Dr. Christine Loh, Chief Development Strategist of the Environment Institute of the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology; and Prof. Dr Mojib Latif, climate scientist and President of the Academy of Science Hamburg.
Updates on the programme and additions to the list of speakers will be issued on a weekly basis.