Stirrings from the Yellow Kingdom:
China's War on Pollution, Energy Transition, and its Global Implications
with Calvin Quek
on Thursday, 27 November 2014
Salon Number 10, 10 Arbuthnot Road, Central
Networking starts at 7:30 and the speaker will start at 8pm
China's infamous smoggy skies spurred the government into action in 2013 that has made waves in both domestic heavy industry and global energy markets, bringing new opportunities and risks. In this talk, Calvin Quek will speak on these energy trends that China's war on pollution has instigated, and the broader implications for energy markets.
Calvin Quek, based in Beijing, China, is head of Greenpeace East Asia’s Sustainable Finance Program and leads its engagement of the financial community. Calvin served as the first Executive Director of the Beijing Energy Network, which brings together energy and environment professionals in China. Prior to joining Greenpeace, he was with Citigroup for close to a decade, with the investment research team in Singapore, and led Citigroup Singapore’s CSR & Volunteerism committee in 2008. Calvin has an MBA from Peking University, and an MSc in Wealth Management from Singapore Management University.
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HK Green Drinks Team