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2016. 11. 28(Tue) ~ 29(Wed)


Songdo Convensia, Incheon, Korea


Post-Paris Agreement Developments and the Role of Climate Financing


City of Incheon , Incheon Green Climate Forum (IGCForum), Green Climate Fund (GCF)


Sustainability Management Research Institute(SMRI)


Time Program Detailed program
12:30~13:30 Registration
13:30~14:00(‘30) Opening Ceremony Opening Speech - Soonja Choe
(Chair of IGCForum, President of Inha University)

Welcoming Speech Jeong-bok Yoo (Mayor of Incheon City)
Representative of Secretariat, GCF

Congratulatory Speech - Jae-do Moon (Vice Minister of Trade, Industry & Energy)
- Kyung-soo No (Chair of the Incheon Metropolitan Council)
- Joyce Msuya (Special Representative, World Bank Group Korea Office)

14:00~15:00(‘60) Keynote Speech - Global, national and project level solutions to address the climate finance challenge (Yvo de Boer, Director General, GGGI)
-Energy Sector Cooperation Models Under the New Climate Regime (Tae-young KIM, Vice President, Korea Energy Agency)
- Chinese Governments Policy towards Global Challenges of Climate Change(Niu Wen Yuan, Chairman & Chief Scientist, Sustainable Development Program, Chinese Academy of Science)

15:00~15:30 Coffee Break
15:30~17:30(‘120) Session 1: Topic
Climate Financing for GCF Projects & Multi-stakeholder Participation
[Chair : Tae-Yong Jung, IGS, Yonsei Univ.]

- Accreditation and Proposal Approval from GCF(Rajeev Mahajan, Project Finance Specialist, GCF)
- A broadening Perspective on the Private Sector Participation in GCF (Dohan Song, Finance Research Center, NH Financial Group)
- Engaging with GCF – View point of Private Sector Project Developers “ Green Business Model Using Climate Financing
(Kang Ho-Jeung, Dowha Engineering)
- Role of NDAs in Project Approval (Mr. Nguyen Tuan Anh, Deputy Director General, Climate Finance Task Force, Vietnam)

[Panelist] - So-young Lim (Head of Team, Industrial Cooperation and Globalization Division, KIET)
- Jong Bae Yang (Director MDB Co-financing Team, KEXIM)
- Sung-Woo Kim (Regional Head of Climate Change & Sustainability, KPMG)
- Woong-Ki Sohn (Director of the Green Climate Policy Division, MOSF)

17:30~19:30 Banquet Sponsored by KEPCO
Time Program Detailed program
09:00~09:30 Registration
09:30~10:00 Keynote Speech Implementing Sustainable Communities Strategy in Southern California:Regional Approach (Mr. Larry McCallon, SCAG, USA)
10:00~10:40(‘40) Session 2-1: Topic
Climate Change and Future City
[Chair: Prof. E.C.Shin, Co-chair: Prof. R. Mangushev]

- Environmental Green and Climate Conservation (Prof. Askar Zhussupbekov, L.N. Gumilyov ENU, Kazakhstan)
- Changing Demographics, Suburban Growth, and the Sustainable Communities Strategy in Southern California (Dr. Simon Choi, SCAG, USA)

10:40~11:00 Coffee Break
11:00~12:00(‘60) Session 2-2: Topic
Climate Change and Future City
[Chair: Prof. E.C.Shin, Co-chair: Prof. R. Mangushev]

- Environmental Assessment and Its Forcing on Climate Change in the High Altitude Region, Nepal(Dr. Rajib Pokhrel, A․NERGY)
-Foundations of Historical Buildings in St. Petersburg and Some Example of their Reinforcement (Prof. Rashid Mangushev, Saint Petersburg State University, Russia)
- Environmental Friendly Slope Stabilization using Waste Coffee (Prof. E. C. Shin, Dr. S. Y. Seong, INU)

12:00~13:20 Lunch Sponsored by NH Bank
13:20~15:00(‘100) Session 3: Topic
Korea-China Int’l Conference on Climate Change & Sustainable Development
[Chair: Jong Dae Kim, SMRI Inha University]

- Climate Adaptation Project of Korea : Case study of meteorological industry (Si Eun Yang, Team Manager, International Cooperation Department, Korea Meteorological Industry Promotion Agency)
- Future Floods and Droughts under Climate Change(Hyung Soo Kim, Professor Department of Civil Engineering Inha University)
- Sustainable Development of China (Niu Wen Yuan, Chairman & Chief Scientist, Sustainable Development Program, Chinese Academy of Science)
- World’s challenges of Post-development agenda (Yijun Liu, Associate Professor, Institute of Policy and Management, CAS)
- Analysis on Industrial Ecological Symbiosis Pattern of Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei Region on the Perspective of Sustainable Development (Baojuan Shi, Vice Dean, North China Univ. of Science and Technology / Zuting Zheng, Associate Professor, North China Univ. of Science and Technology)
- China’s urban air quality research in the process of industrialization: Urban agglomeration, Hebei province as an example (Xiaoguang Xue, Tangshan Academy of Sustainable Development of CAS)

[Panelist] Yun Gih Ahn (Director of Management Research Center, POSRI)

15:00~15:30 Coffee Break
15:30~17:10(‘100) Session 4: Topic
ICT Business Opportunities to Reduce Climate Change Risk
[Chair: James Larson, Vice President, SUNY]

- Climate Change Risk Management (Gerry Stokes, President, New York Energy Policy Institute)
- Can the Information Standard Guide Successful Climate Change Financing? (Anthony Pennings, Professor, Linton Global School of Business, Hannam University)
- Climate and Disaster Risks: Erosion of profits (Snajaya Bhatia, Head, UN Office for Disaster Risk Reduction)
- Microgrid as a New Solution for Climate Change and Energy Security (Dong Joo Kang, Senior Researcher, Korea Electro-technology Research Institute)

[Panelist] - Hyun Woo Lee (Professor, Mobile Systems Engineering, Dankook University)
17:10~17:30 Closing Chair of IGCForum
Time Program Detailed program
09:30~ Tour Site Tour


IGCForum Secretariat SMRI
Dr. Seong-Mi Bae Researcher Seoung-wook Lee
Office: +82-32-860-7757 Office: +82-32-860-8409

Songdo Convensia

Songdo Convensia

  • Addr : 123 Cental Street, Songdo-dong, Yeonsu-gu, Incheon, KOREA. TEL :+82-32-210-1114
  • Songdo Convensia

    • 1 Get off at University of Incheon Station(Incheon Subway Line1) 700m(10min.) from exit #4
    • Bus : 6707, 3001, M6405, 303, 780, 6, 6-1, 8, 91, 92
    • Please Note: Convensia has a toll parking lot. Using public transportation is recommended.