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Friday, March 18, 2011,
Shangri-La Hotel, Bangkok                                
Tentative Program (as of 3 March 2011)

12.30  – 1.00 pm
1.00 pm – 1.20 pm: (Welcome and Opening)

Valerie McKenzie,MC

Welcome by Mom Luang Rajadarasri Jayankura, Honorary Chairwoman of Asean Affairs
Introduction to Save Our Planet movement: Peter Nuthall
Welcome address by Swarup Roy,
Founder & Chairman of Asean Affairs

1.20 pm – 1.35 pm
SOP for Schools: “Save The Planet For the Children”
By students of Garden International School, Bangkok

1.35 pm – 1.45 pm
Felicitation of SOP Partners Dr Supachai Tantikom, Member, Advisory Committee to Governor of Bangkok
1.45 pm - 2.05 pm
(Keynote) “Bangkok Big Tree Campaign: Greening the Big Mango”
Dr Supachai Tantikom,
Member, Advisory Committee to Governor of Bangkok
2.05 pm – 2.25 pm
(Keynote address) “Thailand‟s National Climate Change Plan”
Mrs. Kasemsri Homchean,
Governor, Thailand Institute of Scientific and Technological Research
2.25 pm – 3.00 pm
“Green Building: From Concept to Practice”
Mr. Jakchai Barlee,
President of ENCO (LEED Platinum Certificated Green - ENERGY COMPLEX) (ENCO (PTT) building is the first and only Platinum Level Green Building in Thailand Investment in Green Buildings is more than just looking green. It leads to energy savings and the return on the investment pays back over time. 
3.00 pm – 3.20 pm
  “Is Nuclear Energy a viable solution for Thailand?”
Mr. Pricha Karasuddhi,
Technical Advisor Nuclear Power Program Development Office (NPPDO), Thai Ministry of Energy
3.20 pm – 3.50 pm
“The 4P‟s of Sustainability: The future of business”
Mr. Harsh Purohit,
Executive Director, Cognito, India
3.50 pm – 4.10 pm  Coffee Break
4.10 pm – 4.40 pm


 TIME Consulting and AIT
Dr. P. Abdul Salam (PhD),
Assistant Professor, Energy Field of Study, School of Environment, Resources and Development, AIT (Asian Institute of technology)
Save Our Planet Carbon Score Card (SOP CSC) is an appealing way to involve all those involved in the Save Our Planet conferences to grade their carbon footprint. Participants are encouraged to learn and take advantage of SOP CSC to improve the energy efficiency in their organizations. Time Consulting and its publication, AseanAffairs, and their team of experts are going beyond the norm to help companies take the next step into the Evolving Eco-Economy.

4.40 pm – 4.55 pm
“Green Investments in Asia”
Mr. Stefanos Fotiou,
Regional Coordinator Resource Efficiency, UNEP (United Nations Environment Programme) - Bangkok
4.55 pm – 5.05 pm
“Climate Change and Food Crisis”: Feeding a Billion Children
Yank Barry, Founder, The Global Village Champions Foundation (has fed more than 500 million children since the foundation started in 1995)
5.05 pm – 6.20 pm
Panel Discussion and Q&A with audience
The Quest for Clean and Green Energy

How will conventional and alternative energy companies bring about a drastic change in the energy mix in the future starting with this decade?

Moderated by: Mr. Steve Mccoy, Founder & Principal, Counterpoint Consulting Sdn Bhd, Malaysia


Mr. Pricha Karasuddhi, Technical Advisor Nuclear Power Program Development Office (NPPDO), Thai Ministry of Energy

Mr. Torsten Fritsche, Director, German Technical Cooperation Thailand

Mr. David Masahiko Matsumoto, The Chairman of the Board Nobel Charitable Trust Foundation

Dr. Seeree Supratid, Managing Director, The Sirindhorn International Environmental Park, Phetchaburi, Thailand

Assoc. Prof. Dr.Suthep Butdee, Faculty of Engineering, King Mongkut University of Technology North Bangkok, Thailand

Mr. Harsh Purohit, Executive Director, Cognito, India

Mr. Dominikus von Pescatore, Senior Bayer Representative for Country Group North ASEAN and Managing Director of Bayer Thai Co., Ltd.

Mr. Tony Novak, Country General Manager; Emerson (Thailand) Ltd.

Mr. Wolfgang Lehmacher, Former Chief Executive Officer, GeoPost Intercontinental, France

Mr. Volker U. Friedrich, Managing Director, GBP INTERNATIONAL, Germany.

Dr. Achim Deja, Member UN Global Compact, President TIMA Gmbh, Germany

Alexander Wan, Senior Advisor, China Daily Asia, Executive Director, China Daily Asia Leadership Roundtable

6.20 pm – 6.30 pm
(Closing Address)

''What can you do to Save Our Planet”

How can participants actively engage to build Save Our Planet into a mass movement of people across Asia and the world? When governments fail, it is we the people who will suffer the catastrophe of climate change. It is now up to us to take decisive action by committing our time, energy, resources and hopes to Save Our Planet for our Children and humankind. What are you prepared to do? Go online and register your support through the variety of online media: , sop page on facebook.

Peter Nuthall and Swarup Roy

7.00 pm  onward: Dinner

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