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Energy Forum 2: China’s Energy Future within an International Context

20 October 2006

Civic Exchange invited Professor Thomas Heller of Stanford Law School to discuss China’s future energy constraints and solutions within the context of international developments. The aim of this Energy Forum was to understand how China could continue to develop in an environmentally sustainable manner.

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Energy Forum 1

20 June 2006

The aim of this Energy Forum was to provide a background of local and regional energy issues including a summary of the current and future capacities, the mix of energy sources and their geopolitical and environmental implications, short and long term supply, transport, market and contract issues, investment considerations and policy drivers.

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Best Practice For Environmental NGOs In Guangdong and Hong Kong

7 February 2004

To facilitate networking and cooperation between civil society organizations in the Pearl River Delta, Civic Exchange organised a 1-day workshop for environmental NGOs in the region in Guangzhou. The workshop aimed to explore and share best practices on a wide range of issues relating to NGO governance, funding, staffing, activities and outreach.

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Telecommunications Workshop

24 November 2003

Civic Exchange, with the encouragement of the Commerce, Industry and Technology Bureau (CITB), held a half-day Workshop on 24 November 2003 to explore the possible evolution of the HKSAR Government’s policy objectives with regard to the telecommunications sector, as well as the future structure and development of the industry.

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Hong Kong Corporate Governance Workshop

10 September 2003

The objective of the series is to create an informal environment on an ongoing basis for key stakeholders to get to know each other and to explore how corporate governance standards may be improved in Hong Kong. While good corporate governance practice is relevant to both private and listed companies, there is greater concern over the latter as shares are sold to the general public.

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