Co-Hosted by CHEY

Hanoi Forum

Hanoi Forum

Hanoi Forum was launched by the Chey Institute for Advanced Studies and Vietnam National University, Hanoi (VNU-Hanoi) to design a platform to engage in interdisciplinary discussions on sustainable development, including but not limited to natural resources management, economic growth and environmental sustainability, infrastructure, poverty, innovative development and climate change response. It aims to provide a platform for researchers, practitioners, policymakers, businesses, and civil society to discuss frontier research and innovative, pragmatic solutions that contribute to realization of sustainable development goals in 2030.

Towards Sustainable Development: Climate Change Response for Sustainability and Security
In 2018, the Chey Institute for Advanced Studies and Vietnam National University, Hanoi (VNU) co-hosted the first Hanoi Forum to exchange experiences and ideas about sustainable development. The Forum invited experts and policymakers in the fields of climate change, resource management, poverty, economic development, and biodiversity. The Forum also invited members of the civil society, principal agents of the 2030 Sustainable Development Goals (SDG). Key speakers included Helen CLARK (former Prime Minister of New Zealand), Stephen GROFF (Vice President of ADB), Youba SOKONA (Vice Chair of IPCC), Diana URGE-VORSATZ (Professor at Central European University), and Mai Trong NHUAN (Vice Chair of IPCC Vietnam).

Panel Session I: Climate Change Evidence and Security
Panel Session II: Human Impacts on Climate Change
Panel Session III: Climate Change Response
Panel Session IV: Policy and Governance of Climate Change Response and Sustainability
Panel Session V: Science, Technology, and Education for Climate Change Response and Sustainability
Policy Dialogue I: Sustainable Development of Mekong Delta Responding to Climate Change
Policy Dialogue II: Building Resilient, Safe and Sustainable Cities in the Red River Delta

Dates : 2018.11.08 - 09

Venue : Hanoi, Vietnam