This event aims to gather policy makers and experts from Asia and around the world to review the features of available tools to help design the conceptualized system, to assess the complex nature of impact and risk assessment for prioritizing projects based on costs and benefits.
At the end of the two day event, participants will have:
developed a common understanding of the needs of future Asian cities,
defined the overall objectives of the tool in light of current status, challenges in the context of Asian cities, and future climate scenarios, and
focused on practical aspects of urban planning and the specific functional requirements of the tool utilizing Business Case Methodology (focusing on Water, Energy and Transport sectors).
Improved prototype framework and a mock up to refine the concepts and methods towards implementation.
Participation is by invitation only to policy makers and experts from Asia and around the world.
R. K. Pachauri, Chair, Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change
Leen Hordijk, EU Joint Research Centre
Kyosuke Inada, Japan International Cooperation Agency
Peter Urich and Robert Carr, CLIMsystems
Bindu Lohani, Vice President, ADB