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2008
February 19 Seminar "The outlook of Bali Roadmap (COP13) and greenhouse gas reduction strategy", University of Ulsan

Location: Ulsan University Industry Cooperation Center, Room for international academic meetings, 2:00-5:00 p.m.
Organizer: Eco-Polis Civil Movement Committee, Energy Management Corporation
Host: Clean Energy Promoting Citizen's Forum, Steering Committee of Ulsan Agenda 21, Korea Industrial Complex Corp. Ulsan ECO Agency
Sponsors: Ministry of Industry, Ulsan Metropolitan City
Opening Ceremony:
Part 1 (2:00-2:30 p.m.)
Performance: "Dream of the Earth lll"
Ceremony: Proclamation of greenhouse gas emissions reduction (public declaration)
Part 2 Presentation and discussion (2:40-4:40 p.m.)
1 Speaker:
"Climate Change Convention and the direction of the government's response"
Hwang Byeong So (Planning Office for Government Policy Coordination climate measures, team Leader)
2 Speaker:
"Bali Roadmap and a view of post-Kyoto system"
No Dong Un, Ph.D. (Korea Energy Economics Institute, Measures overall climate Department)
3 Speaker:
"Local government strategy's for response on UNFCCC"
Lee Gyeong Jae (Ulsan Metropolitan City Climate Task Force Team, officer)
4 Speaker:
"Carbon Fund Management Plan in the implementation of emissions trading scheme"
Lee Seok Min (Korea Investment Trust Management Co., Ltd, manager)
Open Discussion: all participants (20 minutes).
May 1-3 "Clean Energy Industrial Exhibition"

Period: May 1st(Thrust) - May 3rd (Sun)/ 3days
* Opening hours - 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Opening Ceremony: May 1st, 10:30 a.m.
Location: KBS Ulsan Hall and Outdoor exhibition
Organizer: KBS Ulsan
Host: Clean Energy Promoting Citizen's Forum
Sponsors: Ministry of Knowledge Economy, Ulsan Metropolitan City, Korea Energy Management Corporation, Ulsan Office of Education
Exhibit Hall: New and renewable energy Hall, Global Environment Hall, Confronting Climate Change Hall, Energy Experience Hall, Energy-related organizations and companies (50 Booths)
Exhibit: Solar power, wind force, hydrogen fuel cells, geothermal energy, bio-energy, waste, environment and recycling, high-efficiency and energy conservation.
Participating companies: SK Energy, Hyundai Motor Company, Kyung Dong City Gas, Siemens (Germany) and over 30 other companies
May 2 "Clean Energy Industrial Exhibition Commemorative Symposium"

Location: Lotte Hotel, 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
"Response on UNFCCC and industry’s strategy for greenhouse gas emissions reduction"
May 15 Countermeasures against wind power generation in Yeongnam Alps

Location: Ulju district Office, 11:00 a.m.
June 14 "9th Clean Energy Experience School"

Location: Ulsan Grand Park, 360 people completed
June 27-July "4th Taehwa river egret ecological school"

200 people completed
July 12-13 "Ulsan sustainable camp" for English learning

40 people completed
Ulsan Forest School, 40 persons (from 4th grade of elementary school to 2nd grade of middle school)
Organizer: Clean Energy Promoting Citizen's Forum
Sponsor:
1) Korea Industrial Complex Corp.
2) Ulsan ECO Agency
3) Korean National Commission for UNESCO
Period: July 12-13 (1 night, 2 days)
Location: Ulsan Forest School (Main school and branch)
Target: Elementary school pupils 5-6 grade, middle school 1-2 grade
Capacity: 40 persons inside and outside
Special participants: Experienced American and British English teachers, Clean Energy Promoting Citizen's Forum employees and members
Camp activities:
1) Valuable time to learn English through Nature.
The provision of an opportunity to improve thinking abilities and English conversation skills through free dialogs about environment.
2) Understanding Course through the interaction of teachers and students.
The provision of an opportunity to induce voluntary participation through the experience in the nature and excite a curiosity for learning.
3) Experience of practical learning through making anemometers and water filters, game "treasure hunt in the woods", self-generator creating and etc.
August 22 "The 5th Energy Day Event"

Date: August 22nd, 7:00 to 9:00 p.m.
Location: Ulsan Lotte Department Store Square
Host: Korea NGO's Energy Network, Eco-Polis Civil Movement Committee
Organizer: Clean Energy Promoting Citizen's Forum
Sponsor: Ulsan Metropolitan City
Supporter: YooSung Co., Ltd, Korea East-West Power Co., Ltd, Kyung Dong City Gas
September 3 "2008 Proclamation of greenhouse gas emissions reduction" (public declaration)

SungWon Corporation, 300 people attended
Objectives: greenhouse gas reduction by citizens participated in energy saving
Organizer: Eco-Polis Civil Movement Committee
Host: Ulsan Apartments Tenants Association representatives, Clean Energy Promoting Citizen's Forum
Sponsors: Korea Energy Management Corporation (Busan, Ulsan branches)
Date: September 3, 3:00 p.m.
Location: Dong-gu Seobu-dong SeongWon SsangTtebil Apartment
September 19 Energy Marginalized groups Fund Delivery Ceremony

Sponsor and Organizer: SK Energy Power Service Team, Clean Energy Promoting Citizen's Forum, Ulsan Metropolitan Gangbuk District Office of Education
Date: September 19, 2:00 p.m.
Location: Clean Energy Promoting Citizen's Forum Secretariat
Object: 5 families with dysfunctional children
Delivery amount: 1.800.000 Won (East / Boston Marathon donations)
September 25-October 16 "2nd Stage: Professional Course for response on UNFCCC"

Period: September 25-October 16, every Thursday, 1:30 p.m.
Location: Ulsan University Industry Cooperation Center
Training Capacity: 40 people (government officials, industry officials and related personnel)
Lecture contents:
- International trends since the Bali Roadmap
- Post-Kyoto system in accordance with the policy direction of Korea
- Korea's potential of greenhouse gas emissions reduction
- Registered domestic greenhouse gas-related projects
- Domestic greenhouse gas reduction practices
- International greenhouse gas reduction practices
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