The Asia Climate Change Policy Forum was a unique opportunity to hear from Asia's leading climate change policy advisers and thinkers on what India, China, Korea, Japan and Indonesia are doing to reduce emissions, to consider who is following and who is leading and to discuss the prospects for an international agreement post-Copenhagen.
- Ross Garnaut, Distinguished Professor of Economics, The Australian National University
- Seijii Ikkatai, Professor, Environmental Policy, Kyoto Institute of Economic Research, Kyoto University
- Erwin Jackson, Climate Institute, Australia
- Pan Jiahua, Director, Research Center for Sustainable Development, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences
- Tae Yong Jung, Global Green Growth Institute, Republic of Korea
- Andreas Loeschel, Head of Department, Environmental Economics, Center for European Economic Research, Germany
- Ritu Mathur, Associate Director, Energy Environment Policy Division, The Energy and Resources Institute, New Delhi
- Eka Melisa, Vice Chair, Working Group on International Negotiation, National Council on Climate Change, Government of Indonesia
- Mutsuyoshi Nishimura, Special Adviser to the Cabinet, Government of Japan
- Martin Parkinson, Secretary, Department of Climate Change & Energy Efficiency, Government of Australia
- Matt Rogers, Former Senior Adviser to the Secretary, United States Department of Energy
- Ambuj Sagar, Professor, Department of Humanities and Social Sciences, Indian Institute of Technology, New Delhi
- Arief Yusuf, Director, Center for Economics and Development Studies, Padjadjaran University, Indonesia
Copies of papers and presentations available on this website. Papers will also be published on the East Asia Forum.