Macao ● Green Opportunities: Low Carbon Urban Development
The Macao International Environmental Co-operation Forum & Exhibition (MIECF) is a high-powered annual platform to promote solutions for a low carbon future, and sustainable urban development in South China.
Initiated and actively led by the government of Macao SAR, the exhibition and conference is strategically positioned to bring together policy makers, industry movers and decision makers, and to nurture technology exchange, and co-operation between the Greater Pan-Pearl River delta region and international markets. The 2011MIECF conference will feature top class speakers that will attract industry players from all across the region to attend MIECF.
Join the 4th edition of the Macao International Environmental Co-operation Forum & Exhibition (MIECF) to reach out to 120 million customers in the Pearl River Delta, as well as 450 million in the extended 9+2 region and international markets.
Key Show Statistics in 2010
2010MIECF welcomed 5,990 professional visitors from 47 countries and regions, 1,000 registered conference and forum delegates and 362 exhibiting organizations. 558 projects of green investment and sales of green products were received before and during 2010MIECF. 416 business matching sessions were arranged and 24 projects were signed on-site.
3+1 Key Reasons and More to Exhibit at 2011MIECF
And if that's not enough, you can also enjoy updates on the latest industry developments and news from key policy makers and major market players at the forum and concurrent seminars.
Network for Success - Green Business Opportunities Abound
MIECF has an array of excellent networking features such as conference, gala dinner and networking functions, business matching and business co-operation day, for those who want to grow their business in the Pan-Pearl River Delta. Our strong support on networking is attractive for companies who want to move to overseas, developed markets, for example the EU, as well as emerging markets such as Brazil or Eastern Europe.
Low Carbon Urban Development Drives Strong Demand for Solutions
In 2035, 70% of all Chinese are expected to live in cities. This unprecedented urbanization will lead to enormous pressure on scarce resources such as water, clean air, or energy. This development asks for effective solutions for a sustainable, green and clean living. Climate change is projected to affect China in many adverse ways, so it is even more urgent to adopt technologies and solutions to avert and mitigate global warming.
Call for Papers - Low Carbon Urban Development
We welcome the submission of papers covering key aspects of "low carbon urban development". These could address issues of green building, clean energy, energy efficiency, smart grid, urban planning or others. Please contact email@example.com with a short introduction of your preferred topic. All papers will be carefully reviewed and successful applicants will be invited to present at 2011MIECF.
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