China International Environment Forum Format is Set

June 5, 2012 | By | Reply More

As the day approaches of what looks to be an extremely promising environment forum, the format of the second International Environment Forum scheduled to take place on June 15 (changed from June 16) comes to fruition.

Forum location is in the main auditorium of Guiyang No. 1 High School in Guiyang, the capital city of the Guizhou province in southwest China. This is absolutely the top high school in the entire province with about ten thousand students attending.

The auditorium has seating limited to eight hundred attendees. Chinese leaders, scientists, professors, parents and staff will occupy the first one hundred seats. Students from Guiyang No. 1 High School, students from other high schools and college students take up the remainder of available seating.

The topic and theme for this forum is simply, “energy.” The forum will begin with a series of speakers which as of right now consists of three American high school students, two Chinese high school students, one Chinese student who is attending an American university, one Chinese leader, and college professors finishing the series (though not necessarily in that order). After the speakers have given their speeches comes open forum questions and answers.

Forum sponsorship to date has been remarkable; however, more is still needed at this time. If your company is interested in becoming one of the sponsors, please get in touch with me:
andrew@internationalenergyalliance.org

 

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I am in my second year of a five year combination BS physics/math and MS systems engineering program offered jointly through Haverford College and UPenn. Helping my community is a lot of fun and means a great deal to me. Through the IEA and other efforts, I've come to learn how much power many can have when there is a clear positive vision, motivation and momentum. "There is no sadder sight than a young pessimist." — Mark Twain

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