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China Carbon Forum

China Carbon Forum (CCF) is a stakeholder dialogue in the climate change sector in the People’s Republic of China (PRC), including environmental policy and the renewables, clean tech and Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) markets.[1][2][3][4]

CCF organizes events, including speaker/networking events, stakeholder consultations, and meetings with GIZ.[5]

The organization is based in Beijing, China.[4]

History

China Carbon Forum was founded in 2007 by a group of professionals from the diplomatic community, Chinese government and industry working in the climate change sector in China, who wanted to increase the exchange of information, best practices and generally engage with other players in the sector.[1][2][3][4]

Board

The CCF Executive and Advisory board is drawn from professionals in the diplomatic community, Chinese government, NGOs, foreign law and consulting firms and foreign and domestic clean energy companies. The Chairman of the Board is Dr. Anton Smitsendonk, former Netherlands Ambassador to China.[6]

See also

References

  1. ^ a b c Horn-Phathanothai, Leo. “The China Carbon Forum: Enhancing China’s Response to Climate Change through Network-building and Stakeholder Dialogue”. Woodrow Wilson Center: China Environment Series 11. 2010. http://www.wilsoncenter.org/index.cfm?topic_id=1421&fuseaction=topics.publications&group_id=643451
  2. ^ a b c “China Carbon Forum.” China Stocks Blog. 2010. Retrieved 14 Dec. 2010. http://chinastocksblog.net/2010/08/18/china-carbon-forum/
  3. ^ a b c “China Carbon Forum.” Environmental Expert.com: The Environmental Industry Online. 2009. Retrieved 14 Dec. 2010. http://www.environmental-expert.com/stse_resulteach.aspx?cid=29895
  4. ^ a b c d "About." China Carbon Forum. 2010. Retrieved 14 Dec. 2010. http://www.chinacarbon.info/?page_id=2
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  6. ^ "Executive Board." China Carbon Forum. 2010. Retrieved 14 Dec. 2010. http://www.chinacarbon.info/?page_id=49

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