11.00 am
Arrival & Registration
11.30 am
Lunch
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?
Speakers:
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
Moderator:
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?
Speakers:
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

Chairman
Aura Inc. & Aura Energy – US, Italy & India
‘Smart & Responsible Energy Management’
Moderator:
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?
Speakers:
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
Moderator:
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?
Speakers:
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