COP 28 Updates from ICCN
On Dec 4, HKU ICCN co-hosted the COP 28 Press Conference: Opportunities for the Greater Bay Area Climate Collaboration, featuring Chuen-fai Wong, Commissioner for Climate Change in the Environment and Ecology Bureau of HKSAR; David Hochschild, Chair of California Energy Commission. Announcement being the Hong Kong Climate Forum next March, hosted by HKU ICCN with support from the HKSAR
ICCN COP 28 Observation: On Dec 2, Vice Premier DING Xuexiang of the People’s Republic of China visited and met with Chinese delegates at the China Pavilion at COP 28, he was accompanied by Special Climate Envoy Minister XIE Zhenhua, Minister HUANG Runqiu and Vice Minister ZHAO Yingming of Ministry of Ecology and Environment.
On Dec 4, Secretary Tse of the Environment and Ecology Bureau of HKSAR visited HKU alumni’s factory at KIZAD, Dubai.
The programme is designed for young graduates in private and public sectors who have opportunities and/or aspirations to deal with management issues in the contexts of global climate change. With the interdisciplinary academic focus of the programme, it will be co-hosted by the Faculty of Business and Economics and ICCN, in partnership with Faculty of Science, Social Science, Engineering, Architecture, and Law, who share the common missions to translate climate change and environmental related research into real world impact, to deliver the programme.
First Round of Application: 1 December, 2023 to 24 January, 2024.
Qualified students will be considered for scholarship automatically.
Drive highly collaborative climate change related research across a wide range of HKU’s faculties and department.
Train our future leaders with knowledge and expertise in climate science and governance in Hong Kong and beyond,
Train our future leaders with knowledge and expertise in climate science and governance in Hong Kong and beyond.