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Energy, Environment and Climate Change: The Japanese Perspective

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Our distinguished guests will speak on climate change and energy issues, with a special focus on Japan, reflecting the important role of collaboration between industry, academia and government in policy and technology development.

16:00 Welcome and introduction – Professor Ekhard Salje, Head of Earth Sciences, Cambridge Univ. Welcome – Mr Atsushi Inoue, Director General JETRO

16:10 The Social Cost of Carbon, Dr Chris Hope, Judge Business School, University of Cambridge

16:50 Toyota’s Perspective on Policies toward Climate Change,Mr. Masayuki Sasanouchi, Project General Manager, Environmental Affairs Dept. CSR & Environmental Affairs Division

17:30 Keynote speech: “Japan’s Energy and Environmental Policy and its Collaboration with its Industries” Prof. Morihiro Kurushima Dept. of Regional Development Studies,Toyo Univ.

18:20 Q&A and Closing Remarks, Professor Ekhard Salje

18:40 Drinks reception

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