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    Thursday, October 28, 2021

    reality of enerfgy china criss winter 2021- trivium clarifes china winter2021 crisi all over n asia; china now ahead in implications; also inevitable more china-russia friendship ch germany-russia


    trivium cory combs   --andrew polk ---- when it became unprofitable to produce power - generators went into shutdown/mainteace mode powe pricing mismatch

    unusaual ne wealther expedited demand

    powe5r cris china both predictive/predictable- mistmach cola needs winter 2021

    this does not mean china environmental policy was mistaken- the policies been in place for 6 years - so they are not the sudeden cause across the 4 provinnces - demand mismanagement


    screwed up on daily supply (trying too hard long term poloicy)

    dmeand management lot tailored locally - problem with that is some local incentives /ptovinces had aowed illegal (non green) production to make local economic numbers - cant control supply but can shot demand - falure of bottom-up meeting top-dowm (polticallysafe to exagerate green policy caused the problem instead of local bad delivery)

    =============now weknow problem whqts response

    ramp up domesticoalpeoducrion -fast track mine approvals - modesly successful  (missing about 20% of production eed)

    fix pricing mismatch -cia; had been to expensive to generate with - so use the cial you have by fixing price issue


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    electricity pricing sdet up medium term

    andy chen

    players state owned generators

    private coal market suppliers - benchmark fluctuation method- price ceiling/floor 10% above and 15% below local becmhmark proce situation in 2019


    plan for 2020 - only alow to fluctuate downward from benchmark

    but now in 2021 ndrc has ended it manadate price can only be leow bencmark - helping hand business post covid - squeezed were coal-fire generators closing to maintenace mode- have the coal but not using it due to pricing mix


    crisis mismatch understood by end of september

    so reinstated 10% above permitted - hunan did this first then guandong , shanghai, inner mongolia but or enough

    so oct 8 top level meeting premier number 2 guy - decided 10% up cap not enough - now ler plus 20% up/down cap oct11 ndrc in line with premier 12th press conference

    so all coal fire f=generators will be open mqarket - currently state buys 30% of market at huge discount

    3rd thing market trade eetocity prices for high energy user may have to pay ,ore than 20% cap- increaseed cosrs bit energy users


    also spot prices not bounded by any limitations

    put more commecrce buyrrs ito open market - protect some agricultute/ ngo networks

    generally prices now open mrlet for geneatps

    on demand side bring down excessive use by commerce

    last friday policdy ito effect- 20% rise price -- and 50% risev in oneregion - tells use electricity was highly undepriced

    its not anbpour env9rvonmental policy

    core wasstate controlledstate pricing - that has npw been remo0ved - thus cerisos likely to dissipate


    q1 will all this contiue or just short-term inyervention

    no end date to fridays new policy -so likely to stay

    move all of chia trdibg to spot markets but this is just start ndrc state owned grid companies will have to change- odered by number 2 in command ie pemier


    might be some back-peddling later if electricity becomes ample -   nb this reform has let price vary more downb as well as up- so no logical reason why monoply pricers return


    q2 whar inoacrs of winter or more coal on environmental po;icy


    i think china remains committed to overall goal- each peak emissions before 2030; reach carbon zero by 2060


    responses are logical- winrer21 doesnt have enoygh coal; and will look to fix this

    think about it- colal was expected to rise throigh to 2025 - dacroedinto to decarbonisation policy

    peking wants orderly decarbonisation - one that doesnt decastabilise markets- gradual/commot transforamtion od energy security


    wier2021 immediate crisisresponce4 does not impact long term policy as far as china leaders are conernced- narural to expect bubps on chinas road to decarbonisation


    q3so how does renewable energy fitin- yes& no

    supply diversication is the future answer integral to 14th five year plan- we'll see 7 sectorvspecifc plans coal elecricirtrenewables.. ro be released... issues boost in battery storage renewables; regional issues where mass poulation demands are--- net net 6this crsis wnr slow down innovation in china enegy


    insia'scoal crunch probably wose --

    winter 21- geeting more coal out of ground - not really

    residentl heating will be a prority esp neast

    expect some industrial rationing

    ochina imports 10% of coal needs- australia 2.3% - so will change current trade war- probably not


    lng will keep rising but not main solution to crisis 2021

    anticipate industrial power rationing but logivally- not unique to chyina-whole region -nno may be best prepared od most asian redions with winter


    nuancerussia question - role china amd mongolia play - more mongolian coal


    does nuclear fit into future? cory combs - world ove waitong dor next leap in tech - china building 14 new plants but havent found best nuclear yey-- energy storage is liklely to be a quicker so9lurion - still waiting for nuclear leap


    question andy chen- storage wind - whats new-- required at used side by bif factories - store when cheap;;but a year ago local goverments joined the push and connection with wind/solar farms - some local govs rwquiring 25% storage capacity of farm's generation - thatvwill add cost to renewable generators if you piush it- problem is will grid take responsinility - generation versus grod versus local reg 


    Friday, October 22, 2021

    Speakers:
    • Ian Bremmer, President and Founder, Eurasia Group and GZERO Media
    • Tak Niinami, CEO, Suntory Holdings
    • xa1 Rob Kaplan, CEO, Circulate Capital  -capital 150 mn from eg danone, family offices - work on how circular economy different from linear waste economy- massively under ivested - unique op sme plastic recycle - eg india's first company in bottle to bottle recycling
    • Sean Kidney, CEO, Climate Bonds Initiative  now 2.5 trillion dolar market - 10 yeras ago 10 mn
    • Colleen King, Associate Director, Climate and Sustainability, Eurasia Group
    • xa2 Aloke Lohia, CEO, Indorama Ventures  young peopels destiny - refuse single use plastic - yes collection is next problem
    • Tadashi Maeda, Governor, Japan Bank for International Cooperation
    • xa0 Hannah Testa, Activist 3r's reuse recycle 
    • Shari Friedman, Managing Director of Climate and Sustainability, Eurasia Group (moderator)
    Anchoring the Summit is a new research report prepared by Eurasia Group, “Unlocking Sustainable Plastics in Asia,” which advocates for a much more dynamic role for both the public and private sector in Asia to counter the proliferation of single-use plastic containers, which have had an outsized impact on the environment.


     written book age 18 -over 95% plastic made with carbon


    aged 10 saw fl plastic paradise👍👍  top right hannah;; bottom left indorama venturesd


    middle sean kidney (6th extinction - ersonal ex[ereice skuba come out actrcre of plastic - family wont do that again) right jica bank -next big thing bi--feed stcks ; of course carefil usage - biodgeradbale/recyclable plastics



    javac 100% gov owned institution -chnaged emphasis so our dev bank invests in biodoversity, gei-noic issue (quad strategy project island nations souther pacific) main sufferers of covid and plastuce - solutions we can contribute and catalyse privte funds in tehse directoions - invetsmnt guarantees ; connect partners with startups roudn appropraite tech (mobilising private capital)

    japan has tech that can help however many corprates are risk adverse in using thesde tech; so mediate risk; capacity outreach host countries; so if vetnam /indoensia depent on coal - (divestment isnt only solution - need to show the alternatives0 in 2019 met vietnamese pm on stsratgic coooeration in this area


    q to sean -how do you see early ops ppp - scale and speed of chnage is vital -- very big agenda - make ot easy to know what to do;;; some tiems a little nit of good blocks what needs to happen; help define green taxoies that chian and eu agree on; once we have thsoe taxonomise how fo we transfer invetsments


    jica jvic doen this for many yeras ( but need foci - eg foci of replac cola by what green fuels)

    200 yeras of region needing to be aware of next chnage


    jica be more specific derisking capital

    eg japan startup battery tech with entry to eu

    creating specific green funds round entrepreneurs - monetise green tech; engage with host countries ppp - goal 17 (public needs ti be much ore than jvic  - versus context with fiscal deficit widened by covid - partnership emans we are in same baot for next decade - our role is to stafu=y that vison


    ian -tadashi mo old friemd; acrivist; cor[orate finace - conecting the pieces - lot fo recognition taht we are not doing enough - but mometum can spring - met wjen he was jica in dc  nb tadashi - (core to ssuatainbility)

    ian with guterred - excited about how fast japan was turning from laggards to eladers of chnage coal

    whole planet of beyond plastic

    time not just to inspire but chnage -we are nit fo=going away (do they want toe xclude their corporates from being the solution)

    many manys sectrs to unwind at smae tiem through action through collaboration


    asia leadership - asia centre if prblem ust beceome centre of teh solution - people population corelation with environment espe local level - sustainavbility leadership council with bremner /eurasia- invite otehrs to join indormam jpeg

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    action leaders council up and up - indorama council members--- gzeromedia.com/sustainability

    Thursday, October 21, 2021

     suntory and gzero discuss climate innovation world needs asia region tranform


    not just convemtional renewablessolar/wind but hydrogen/geothermal
    both mix of advanced and developed fusion of solurions (ian and tok)
    make of dialoogue

    icc/sciectistskobarrett  40% august report on regions- also intercative atlas
    urgent asian
    sea rising/ coastal loss land
    precipitation
    compound multipliers - especiially delta eras - in asia fewer but more extreme cyclones

    your interpreation nobel physicits- first time mainstresm scientists recogised by nobel on climate - also reminded me sop21 - plastered on metro walls science equations; i also work for noah manabe worked at pri8nceton world class climate curriculum - graduation of converation 


    ipcc 2007 shared peacenextb policies in economics - bremner talkeed toandersn asia unep

     anderen chamio whole region can - next rudd look at this ideas deeper - presidemt asia society


    big 5 onevthrd emissions china japan korea india aus - only china taken collab daloue lead- the other4vpolicy laggard esp australia- far behing eg euro converstaion -oin past japan led kyoto protocol- led old wave but not new wave- regional collab deficit- we need ourregion to be net zero by 2050

    big 5 interqfts with emerging asia

    all small in relative emissions in south east asia - indonesia needs to be seem asvthe4 big player in sesia as it becojes top 7 economyb in world of 2050 - which are top 7 2050 -pop and nat resources


    china india japan indonesia us germany (eu if one)

    cf htdrocarbon and conservative thinktabks analogy tobacco  -tudd is very good ; bremner very good

    pivotal is science and tech

    hydrogen is big opportunity on scale

    we have huge politics deficit

    some tech deficit


    hard to answer who is number 1 political leader boris?/sharma france new germany new japan xi on phone /// biden needded /trudeau who doing it?

    only chnace mobistaion of public opinion (nut opposite of those who mobilises nationalism)

    undia/china need to be on same side of equty debate- half of peoples

    hat isrudd view that asia can geton same side due to climare - science will get there - since copenhaged2009 when china blocked- china has done reading and become progresslrader- can see future consequences- india uch further behing on whole develppmemt curve - sxienbce will land both countries on rght side of hostor but willit be in time bedfpre asia is half of emissions

    multipliers tech


    east asian summit nees to derup pan asian strategy on future of grren-  long-term geo-ftrade maps - can we connect 3 political leaders beyond the time of their democratic term of leadership

    the opportunities where asia can lead as rule setter instead of rule tKERS

    ;ASTLU WHAT IS PRIVATE SECROR - INDONESAI INVESTOR COMAPNY


    100 YEAR IVESTMENT PORTFOLIO OUT OF INDONESIA WITH SUNTORY WITH MODERATOR FROM BREMNER GZERO

    a5 a7 a20 SAVE THE WORLD - KEY WHO MAKES LIFE LONG PLATFORM EVEN IF POLITICS ONLY GIVE 3 YEARS

    SUNTIRY WE NEED REAL GOALS FOR 2030 NOT JUST 206-0

    UNITE ATTACH ON GREENWASHERS AFTER COP26 CONSTRUCUTUVELY

    HOW SHOW WE ARE MAKING PROGRESS - REVIEW LESONS CONSTRUCTIVELY

    SO SOCIETIES GET CONFIDENCE

    SUNTORY SCOPE 1 50% REDUCATION EMISSIONS 30% SUPPLU CHAIN - SCOPE 1/3

    IN SUNTORY CAN SEE HOW TO ADANVCE IN EUROPE BIT NOT REALLY ASIA

    NEED COMMITMETS OF SUPPLY CHAIN PARTENRS - VERY DIFFICULT FOR SME PARTENRS

    IF WE DONT SET AND ACHIEVE 20230 GOALS WE ARE COOKED 

    ENTRIRE VALUE CHAIN NEEDS COLLAB

    WHERE IS CONSTRUCTIVE PEOPLE POWER-- coomunity poewer

    SCOPE 3 PERMISSIONS - WHOLE CHAIN

    FOCUS QUESTION ON SME SUPPLY CAHIN SOLUTIONS

    -INDOENSIA VIEW 

    REPORT "WAR" TOO SLOW ONLY 2 AGRICULTURAL FACTORS ON TRACK 
    - "CLIMATE FINANCE" UP 68% 2019 FROM 2018 BUT COVID INTERRUPTED SO MUCH OF POTENTIAL SME PROGRESS

    NEEDS ABOUT3 TRILLION DOLAR NEW CAPITAL A YEAR

    need value investet toos

    specific indonesia examples

    indonesia hosts g20in 2022 and link to cop26

    new electricity plan indonesia good but do we know how to execute

    low carbon national dev plan- lcd maps critical

    aim to change business as usual by 2030 land sectr 

    indonesia projcects green can add 5% growth -clean natural resources- ability of indonesiafinacial sector to learn

    our risk is we are coal-based - do we really understand our specific transition challenge - we need clear road map on how given where our energy is historically

    -imporatnce of how women leadersvuniquely contribute- higher level of social priority-- women used to higher risks/burdens - have been left out in past- hugevlead if now included in locally;; innovation and participation of women at every level can be womens step up/womens contribution and responsibility - women call acrion

    ----closing thoughts

    suntory- we have the tech

    combination of geography, plicy -impossible to do all once - need tranparent graduatio approach (blie green hydrogem)- netzero needs to connect ocean, biodiversity

     bremner - kevin note of oprtmism

    we agreb on science

    we agre 1.2 degree of warming already ka=hhapen expoentially raising


    most iportant summitblargely take can - china rusiia aonwt be there - america will turn up with no real policy

    need to clarify where leadership is not pretend - s that why we call asia to lead the transparent summits

    pp-community

    if cop 26b falls apart it tells me not leasb by lot of old people -we need copy0

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    On October 21-22nd, the Sustainability Leaders Summit will go beyond preexisting narratives and debate priorities for governments and industries ahead of COP26. Placing the spotlight on Asia's role in the global sustainability agenda, the event will address whether Asian countries and companies can achieve shared sustainability goals, and what is needed to help get them there.

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    The summit is sponsored by Suntory and co-hosted by Tak Niinami, CEO of Suntory Holdings, and Ian Bremmer, founder and president of Eurasia Group and GZERO Media. We’ll be joined by global leaders from multilateral institutions, national governments, and the private sector.

    Our objective is ambitious: to define an action-oriented sustainability agenda for governments and the private sector, create more resilient societies, reduce plastic intake, create economic value and boost deterrence capabilities to build a more sustainable world.

    Session #1: Protecting the Planet: Asia’s risk and responsibility

    Thursday, October 21, 2021
    8 am ET / 8 pm SGT
    • Asia’s Environmental Impact: Understanding the science behind key climate risks affecting the region and how Asian governments and industry are contributing to both problems and solutions
    • Policy Priorities: How are policymakers and global organizations collaborating on climate action, setting and achieving targets, and working towards urgent outcomes?
    • Innovation and Asia’s Future: Leading private-sector companies, start-ups and investors discuss technology and innovation’s roles in tackling climate change: Leading private-sector companies, start-ups and investors discuss technology and innovation’s roles in tackling climate change
    Speakers:
    • Ian Bremmer, President and Founder, Eurasia Group and GZERO Media
    • Tak Niinami, CEO, Suntory Holdings
    • Inger Andersen, Under-Secretary-General, United Nations
    • Ko Barrett, Vice Chair, The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC)
    • Shinta Kamdani, CEO, Sintesa Group
    • Kevin Rudd, former prime minister, Australia
    • Shari Friedman, Managing Director of Climate and Sustainability, Eurasia Group (moderator)

    Session #2: Plastics: Unlocking sustainable solutions

    Friday, October 22, 2021
    8 am ET / 8 pm SGT
    • Sustainable Plastic: Since its invention, plastic has enabled innovation in manufacturing, healthcare, engineering, food storage and transportation, to name a few. But irresponsible and illegal approaches to plastic waste management, along with unclear or absent recycling regulations have turned it into a global problem. Will a shift away from plastics to alternative materials be better for the environment and cut emissions? Are there safer, more sustainable ways to use plastic?
    • The Roadmap to Circularity: What are the practical pathways and current roadblocks to a “circular economy”? How do we change attitudes and behaviors and move towards greater societal participation in recycling and reuse solutions? What role do policymakers have to play in this transition?
    Speakers:
    • Ian Bremmer, President and Founder, Eurasia Group and GZERO Media
    • Tak Niinami, CEO, Suntory Holdings
    • Shari Friedman, Managing Director of Climate and Sustainability, Eurasia Group
    • Rob Kaplan, CEO, Circulate Capital
    • Sean Kidney, CEO, Climate Bonds Initiative
    • Aloke Lohia, CEO, Indorama Ventures
    • Tadashi Maeda, Governor, Japan Bank for International Cooperation
    • Hannah Testa, Activist
    Anchoring the Summit is a new research report prepared by Eurasia Group, “Unlocking Sustainable Plastics in Asia,” which advocates for a much more dynamic role for both the public and private sector in Asia to counter the proliferation of single-use plastic containers, which have had an outsized impact on the environment.

    Monday, October 18, 2021

    wanted world investment gamechangers with UNCTAD 7th WIV

     

    GLOBAL INVESTMENT GAME CHANGERS SUMMIT

    Opening:Ms. Rebeca Grynspan, Secretary-General, UNCTAD                                                                                                             Panellists:Mr. Andrew Deleone, President of Alstom, Africa, Middle East & Central Asia - continents need to get railways and ports right if they are to achieve humans siustainability goals Andrew has lots of expereince with ytrains in continents that dont have enough of them ; first brinhg back old railways if you have any; second he suggested hydrogen would be the future fuel of trains but then are 5 to 10 time sgreener than cars or planes even if you use diesel                                                                                                                                            Mr. Arunachalam Muruganantham, CEO & Founder, Jayaashree Industries entrepreneur of humndereds of milion affordable sanitary pads across india

    • Mr. Christoph Gebald, Co-Founder and Co-CEO, Climeworks AG probably the the biggest green scaling partnership you may never have heard of
    • Mr. Jack Sim, Founder, World Toilet Organization and BOP Hub -13 years ago we met Jack - his story he had made anough money in sigapore to want to give back for teh rest of his life- what was the most neglected topic - sanitation . poop hence he founded world toilet to make rural sanitation demands viral- governments in india, china and brazil have chnaged their actions because of making toilets an urgent dialogue- the un recognises world toilet day on 19 nov- now singapore is hosting bottom of pyramid hub out of singapore too
    • Mr. Jens Holstein, Chief Financial Officer, BioNTech withpout 20 yeras of undervalued work by those who became biontech I am not sure we would have a vaccine way out of covid but leave communities everywhere to judge
    • Ms. Mariana Vasconcelos, Co-Founder & CEO, AgroSmart sounded as if she is dpimg heroic work connect brazxilaian and la farmers with tech solutions- nb 2 tinngs tdeaditional ageicuture and food distribution cauases up toquarter of omissions; there is sti -wnating to huamnise tech for rural afriuca- seemed to be hubbing out of san franciscoll more food needed to deef the poorest ; if we dont maximise agri tech for the poorest we wont make natures goals for us
    • Ms. Nneile Nkholise, CEO of 3DIMO and Founder of iMed Tech

    Moderator:

    • Ms. Ana María Montero, CNN Money, Switzerland

    Event Manager: Mr. Massimo Meloni and Mr. Hamed El-Kady


    JACK SIM WORLD TOILET DAY FROM SINGAPORE TO BRAZIL (ONLY 50% TREATED) TO LARGEST ECVER [PROGRAM INDIA TO XI JINPING - END DUARRHEA AS KILLER DISEASE ROYAL FLUSH 101/10 GAME CHMAGER

    BUSINESS LEADERS

    GLOBAL INVESTMENT GAME CHANGERS SUMMIT

    This registration is for the all sessions of the 7th WIF 2021. All events occur in Geneva Time (CET, GMT+2).

     

    Date: Monday, 18 October 2021
    Time: 16:00-18:00 
    Virtual WIF Platform: Access link (Room 15)

    Investment and NIR4.0: development implications

    The Global Investment Game Changers Summit will provide a platform to global leaders from business and government to present their vision for the future of investment and sustainable development with a special focus on the new technologies and business models that will shape the post-COVID-19 era. The Game Changers Summit will shed light on how businesses and policymakers are reimagining investments in key sectors of tomorrow including digital health and pharmaceuticals, EdTech, retail digitalization, clean energy, and telecommunications; and how they plan to build forward better, while they cope with the immediate disruptions caused by the pandemic.

    The Summit will focus on “out of the box” thinking that can transform the world we live in and rewrite the rules and policies that govern it. Mobilizing investment and channeling it towards the Sustainable Development Goals is more urgent than ever before and requires bold and concrete solutions for a better future for all. The event will gather pioneers, leaders and visionaries who have successfully remodeled established policy, business and industry practice in their respective fields to create innovative business and governance models that reconcile economic success and sustainable objectives in the post-pandemic world.

    Issues to be discussed:

    • Technological change: harnessing AI and blockchain for boosting productive capacities in developing countries
    • Health change: ensuring equal and sustainable access to health care
    • Environmental change: accelerating the shift to renewable energy, sustainable production and consumption
    • Social change: reducing inequality and creating economic value through decent work and labour rights
    • Business change: making the case for the company as a social enterprise, from philanthropy to b-corps
    • Governance change: reimagining the role of regulation in a new era of globalisation

    Opening:

    • Ms. Rebeca Grynspan, Secretary-General, UNCTAD

    Panellists:

    • Mr. Andrew Deleone, President of Alstom, Africa, Middle East & Central Asia
    • Mr. Arunachalam Muruganantham, CEO & Founder, Jayaashree Industries
    • Mr. Christoph Gebald, Co-Founder and Co-CEO, Climeworks AG
    • Mr. Jack Sim, Founder, World Toilet Organization and BOP Hub
    • Mr. Jens Holstein, Chief Financial Officer, BioNTech
    • Ms. Mariana Vasconcelos, Co-Founder & CEO, AgroSmart
    • Ms. Nneile Nkholise, CEO of 3DIMO and Founder of iMed Tech

    Moderator:

    • Ms. Ana María Montero, CNN Money, Switzerland

    Event Manager: Mr. Massimo Meloni and Mr. Hamed El-Kady


    jack sim world toilet day from singapore to brazil (only 50% treated) to largest ecver [program india to xi jinping - end duarrhea as killer disease royal flush 101/10 game chmager

    BUSINESS LEADERS

    gamechnager 101/1

    MS. MARIANA VASCONCELOS

    CEO and Founder of AgroSmart
    gamechnager 10/10

    MS. NNEILE NKHOLISE

    Founder, iMed Tech Group
    out of san francisco aiming to humanise tech in rural africa

    MR. CHRISTOPH GEBALD

    Co-Founder and Co-CEO, Climeworks