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Chairman of Euro50 Group, Former French Minister of Economy Confirmed to Attend WEC-2022 CIFCC

On September 5, 2011, Edmond Alphand¨¦ry, chairman of Euro50 Group, former French Minister of Economy confirmed to attend WEC-2011 China International Forum on Climate Change (2011 CIFCC).

Mr. Edmond Alphandery held the post of chairman of Euro50 Group at present, chairman of CNP Assurances; He ever worked as a Minister of the Economy, chairman of Electricit¨¦ de France, and the founder of the ¡°Euro50 Group¡± which gathers leading European personalities concerned with monetary policy of the European Central Bank.

CIFCC, as a high-end summit focusing on addressing climate change, was initiated by UNIDO, and co-organized by IEEPA. Its main attendees include ministers of environment and climate change of various countries (officials from France, Russia, Japan, Austria has confirmed to attend the meeting till September 5). At the same time, the forum has gained positive support from government top officials, authoritative experts and so on.

Climate change is not only an environmental issue, but a developmental one. The forum will also offer precious opportunity for enterprises to jointly pay attention to the policy, market, future development in terms of climate change.

This forum consists of three round-table meetings with "Low-Carbon Development and Market Mechanism" as main topic, "Green Industry and Low-Carbon City Construction" and "Advanced Energy Technology Innovation and Industrialization Development" as sub-topics. At the same time, this forum will also make a study on enterprise's achievement in handling climate change and sustainable development. If in line with forum report, it will be compiled into the Report of 2011 CIFCC in the form of climate change action solution and enterprise case analysis, and be submitted to UN Systems, NDRC and MEP, MIIT and so on.
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