Experts of Central Asia, CAREC and the World Bank will discuss issues of reinforcement of regional cooperation in the field of low-carbon development in the framework of the international exhibition EXPO 2017
Leading experts in the field of low-carbon development will discuss opportunities and prospects of cooperation of the Central Asian countries on the transition to low-carbon development in the panel discussion organized by CAREC and the World Bank in the framework EXPO 2017.
Most of the existing strategies and plans on «green economy» in the Central Asian countries represent individual policies of each country. However, according to experts, individual approaches will not be able to provide necessary sustainable and comprehensive growth of a country and region in the long term without taking into account interests and needs of neighboring countries.
Concrete mechanisms of cooperation, successful practices and strategies in this direction will be discussed in the panel discussion «Low-carbon development in Central Asia and opportunities for regional cooperation».
The main goal of discussions is to demonstrate the existing approaches and inspire Central Asian countries for joint actions aimed at reinforcing regional cooperation in the field of low-carbon development.
National experts from Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, as well as international experts including the World Bank, Nazarbayev University and CAREC will take part in the discussion.
9:00 am – 12:00 noon
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us:
Shynar Toilybayeva, Director of the CAREC Country Office in Astana, firstname.lastname@example.org
Nailya Mustaeva, Coordinator of the regional group CAMP4ASB, email@example.com
For media inquiries: Nina Kumambetova, CAREC Specialist for Public Relations and Media, firstname.lastname@example.org
In 2017, for the first time within the CIS, Kazakhstan hosts the international exhibition EXPO-2017. The declared theme is «Future energy». It is devoted to alternative sources of energy and «green» technologies.
It is expected that the exhibition will be visited by two million people, and the total number of visits will be about five million. 100 countries and more than 10 international organizations will take part in the preparation of the pavilions.