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By: Civil Society Coalition On Climate Change  06-Dec-2011
Keywords: Climate Change, Social Sciences, Rural Development

Subject:Tackling with Climate Change: Central Planning or Market Solution?

Time: 13:30-17:10, June 9, 2008 (Monday)

Venue: Conference Room 1, Yifu Conference Center, Renmin University of China

Hosted by School of Public Policy, Renmin University of China

Moderator:Prof. Mao Shoulong, Executive Deputy Director of School of Public
Policy, Renmin University of China

Agenda:
13:30 – 14:00 Registration
14:00 – 14:30 Release and Brief Introduction of Civil Society Report on Climate Change, Feng Xingyuan(Associate Professor from Rural Development Institute of CASS )and Julian Morris(Executive President of IPN)
14:30 – 15:30 Climate Change, Global Policy and Alternative Solution
Julian Morris(Executive President of IPN)
Discussants: Mao Shonglong(Executive Deputy Director of Academe of Public Policy, Renmin University of China)
Yao Xuexiang (Administrator of HeBei Meteorological Bureau)
Liu Junning,(Professor from Institute of Chinese Culture/Chinese Academy of Arts, Ministry of Culture, China)
Free Discussion
15:30 – 15:45 Coffee Break
15:45 – 16:30 Problems and Countermeasures on Climate Change: From the Perspective of India,
Barun Mitra(President of the Liberty Institute and Julian Simon Center)
Discussants: Prof. Yushi Mao (top economist from Unirule Institute of Economics)
Qiufeng(Research Fellow of CIPA)
Feng Xingyuan (Associate Professor from Rural Development Institute, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS))
16:30 – 17:00 Problems and Countermeasures on Climate Change: From the Perspective of China,
Huang Haifeng(Professor from Economics& Management School of Beijing University of Technology)
Discussants: Wang Jianxun(Associate Professor from School of Law, China University of Political Science and Law)
XiaYeliang,(Professor from Peking University)
Shi Shiwei (Professor from University of International Business and Economics)
Free Discussion
17:00 – 17:10 Closing Remark by Prof. Mao Shoulong

Keywords: Climate Change, Rural Development, Social Sciences

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