12th Asia-Pacific Eco-Business Forum in Kawasaki

City of Kawasaki, based on its experience in the efforts to reduce pollution and excellent environmental technology accumulated through them, has been promoting international contributions for the rapidly industrializing cities of developing countries to build sustainable urban model of environmental and industrial harmony.
As an occasion for sharing information regarding cutting-edge environmental technologies, the 12th Asia-Pacific Eco-Business Forum was held concurrently with the Kawasaki International Eco-Tech Fair 2016, with the concept of promoting relationships of trust between participating cities and Kawasaki city.

Date February 18(Thu), 2016
Venue Kawasaki Todoroki Arena
Organizer City of Kawasaki
Co-organizer United Nations Environment Programme/International Environmental Technology Centre(UNEP/IETC) / National Institute for Environmental Studies (NIES)
Supporters Non-Profit Organization Japan Association of Environment and Society for 21th Century / Non-Profit Organization Liaison Center for Creation of Industry & Environment / Institute of Industrial Promotion Kawasaki
Sponsoring Organizations Ministry of the Environment / Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry / International Council for Local Environmental Initiatives (ICLEI) / Global Environment Centre Foundation (GEC) / Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES) / Japan Environmental Sanitation Center (JESC)
Participants UNEP-IETC / NIES / GEC / Shenyang City Government (China) / State Government of Penang (Malaysia) / Bandung City Government (Indonesia)
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Total number of participants: roughly 215 (Include 66 international participants from 3 cities abroad)
(PDF 1.4MB)
Towards Establishing an Industry-Academic-Government Cooperation to Promote the Kawasaki Model as an Environmentally Sustainable City in Southeast Asia
【Keynote Lecture】
Waste Management For Agenda 2030 – Sustainable Development in Cities
From Kawasaki to the World: Corporate-led International Contributions to Environmental Improvement
Efforts toward Building Eco-Friendly Cities 

Final Report(Overview)(PDF3.7MB)

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