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Rebalancing Asia: Implications for inclusive green growth

13 March 2013 09:00 - 10:30 (GMT+00)
Venue: 
Overseas Development Institute
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ODI is pleased to host a joint event with the Tokyo-based Asian Development Bank Institute (ADBI) on inclusive green growth and regional cooperation in Asia. Panellists will reflect on the transformations currently taking place in Asia, as the continent attempts to move away from its traditional export-led growth model, and the implications this has for public and private investment in inclusive green growth. This will be an interactive event chaired by ODI Director Alison Evans.

Speakers:

Masahiro Kawai - Dean and Chief Executive, Asian Development Bank Institute

Alex Bowen - Principal Research Fellow and area leader on green growth, London School of Economics and Political Sciences

Discussants:

James Cameron - Chairman of the Board of ODI and Chairman of Climate Change Capital

Jason Eis - Deputy Director, London office, GGGI
Shelagh Whitley - Research Fellow, ODI

Chair:

Sam Bickersteth - Chief Executive, Climate and Development Knowledge Network

Follow #rebalancingasia on Twitter for live coverage.
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Intro - Rebalancing Asia: Implications for inclusive green growth



Masahiro Kawai - Rebalancing Asia: Implications for inclusive green growth



Alex Bowen - Rebalancing Asia: Implications for inclusive green growth



James Cameron - Rebalancing Asia: Implications for inclusive green growth



Jason Eis - Rebalancing Asia: Implications for inclusive green growth



Shelagh Whitley - Rebalancing Asia: Implications for inclusive green growth



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