11.00 am
Arrival & Registration
11.30 am
1.00 pm
Master of Ceremonies welcomes everyone.
Jaime Zulkifli
Director Clarus Communications (Malaysia)

Welcome Remarks & Introductions
Mr Swarup Roy
Founder & Chief Executive Officer ASEAN AFFAIRS
1.15 pm
Session 1 – ‘Governments as Change Agents – An Uphill Task’
Asean governments, including Malaysia, have not been effective leaders in combating climate change. How can they reverse course and lead?
1.15-1.40 pm
YB Dato’ Sri Peter Chin
Minister of Energy, Green Technology & Water, Malaysia
‘Building a Green Malaysia: Challenges & Opportunities’
(Keynote Address)
1.40 – 2.00 pm
YB Tan Sri Rafidah Aziz, MP

Advisor & Patron, the Malaysia-Europe Forum (MEF) & former
Minister of International Trade & Industry, Malaysia
‘Building a Green ASEAN: Challenges & Opportunities’
2.00 – 2.15 pm
H.E. Vincent Piket

Ambassador & Head of Delegation,
The Delegation of the European Union to Malaysia
‘The EU’s role in the Road Ahead: Post COP 15’
Panel Discussion: 2.15 – 2.45 pm
YB Dato’ Sri Peter Chin

YB Tan Sri Rafidah Aziz, MP
H.E. Vincent Piket
Mr Swarup Roy
Founder & Chief Executive Officer ASEAN AFFAIRS
3.00 pm
Session 2 – ‘Companies As Change Agents: Leading The Way’
The capitalist system has left the world’s largest carbon footprint. How can it reverse course and maintain profitability?
3.00 – 3.15 pm
Dato’ Haji Syed Zainal Abidin Syed Mohamed Tahir (TBC)

Group Managing Director
Proton Holdings Berhad
‘Proton EMAS: Global Concept Model of Proton’
3.15 – 3.40 pm
Mr Tony Novak

Country General Manager
Emerson (Thailand) Ltd
‘Energy and Emerson’s Effect on The Carbon Footprint’
3.40 – 3.55 pm
Professor Said Irandoust, Ph.D.

President &CEO
AIT (Asian Institute of Technology) Bangkok
‘Companies leading the way: Green Jobs of tomorrow’
3.55 – 4.10 pm
Mr Niraj Sharan

Aura Inc. & Aura Energy – US, Italy & India
‘Smart & Responsible Energy Management’
Kamarul Bahrin Haron
Senior Editor
Astro Awani
4.10 – 4.25 pm
Coffee break
4.25 pm
Session 3 – ‘The Sustainable Corporation’
Are corporations only interested in complying with social, environmental and energy requirements or can they go beyond mere compliance and move toward combating effective climate change?
4.25 – 4.40 pm
Mr Prakash Chandran

Chief Executive Officer
Siemens Malaysia
(Topic awaited)
4.40 - 4.50 pm
Mr M.R. Chandran

Advisor to the Executive Board
Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO)
'Agriculture Commodities & Sustainability’
4.50 – 5.00 pm
Ms Julie Anne McLaughlin

Regional Director South East Asia
E.ON Climate & Renewable Carbon Sourcing
‘Reducing Carbon footprint’
5.00 – 5.15 pm
Mr Hans Guttman

Coordinator The Wetlands Alliance
Asian Institute of technology (Thailand)
‘Engaging in the new Eco-Economy - beyond mere compliance and for public relations’
Panel Discussion: 5.15 – 6.00 pm
Mr Prakash Chandran

Mr M.R. Chandran
Ms Julie Anne McLaughlin
Mr Hans Guttman
Mr Herbert Dittmar
Managing Director
Bayer Co. (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd
Mr Puvan Selvanathan
Group Chief Sustainability Officer
Sime Darby
6.00 pm
Session 4 – ‘Financing The Fight Against Climate Change’
It’s all about the money and who is going to finance the war against climate change, corporations or governments?
6.00 – 6.15 pm
Mr Shayne Heffernan

Founder Heffernan Group & Ebeling Heffernan (Bahamas)
‘The What and How of attracting ‘Green’ investments’
6.15 – 6.30 pm
Closing Address
Dato Dr. Achim G. Deja
TIMA GmbH President / CEO, Wachtberg-Pech, Germany
Member of UN Global Compact
Signatory UNGC Caring for Climate / UN Water mandate
‘From Pollution to Solution; Companies who are the chief polluters should seize the moment to build the momentum towards the $Trillion green business’
6.45 pm  onwards
Networking Reception, Sultan Lounge, Mandarin Oriental
This programme is correct as of 23rd July 2010.
The organizers reserve the right to amend the programme