GreenStream Network Plc brings together key China stakeholders at COP18

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GreenStream Network, in conjunction with Cleantech Finland, is proud to host the “Workshop on China”, to be held on 5 December 2012 during COP18 in Doha.

The workshop will consist of opening remarks by Mr Oras Tynkkynen, Member of Finnish Parliament, and the Hon. Diana McQueen, Minister of Environment and Sustainable Resource Development for the State of Alberta, followed by two panel discussions covering the implementation of emissions trading in China and the key role of energy efficiency policy in the transition to a low-carbon economy.

The expert panels will have speakers from the World Bank, the International Finance Corporation, Norton Rose, the International Energy Agency, Shenzhen Emission Exchange, the European Investment Bank, the VCS, the Climate Group, Alstom and IETA.

GreenStream’s CEO and Chairman of the Board, Dr Jussi Nykänen will moderate one of the panel discussions. As Dr Nykänen noted, “this event provides a great opportunity for key stakeholders to discuss the policy frameworks being implemented in China, and it’s these frameworks that are the heart of realistic attempts to mitigate climate change”.

Following the success of our China event in Durban at COP17, GreenStream is pleased to continue to provide a high-level forum focused on enabling China’s path to a low carbon economy.

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