Fifth Regional 3R Forum in Asia and the Pacific
25 Feb 2014 - 27 Feb 2014
Surabaya, Indonesia

Venue: Shangri-La Hotel Surabaya, Indonesia


Organizers
Objectives / Concept Note
Chair's Summary / Surabaya Declaration
Participants
Programme and Presentations (Day1, Day2, Day3)
Previous/ latest meetings

Organizers

Co-organizers:
Ministry of Environment, Government of Indonesia
Ministry of Public Works, Government of Indonesia
Ministry of the Environment, Government of Japan
United Nations Centre for Regional Development (UNCRD)

Supporting Organizations:
United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP / IETC)
United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO)
Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES)
Japanese Technical Cooperation Project for Promotion of Regional Initiative on Solid Waste Management in Pacific Island Countries (J-PRISM) / Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA)
Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme (SPREP)


Objectives / Concept Note

The Ministry of Environment and the Ministry of Public Works of Government of Indonesia, the Ministry of the Environment of Japan, and the United Nations Centre for Regional Development (UNCRD) co-organized the Fifth Regional 3R Forum in Asia and the Pacific from 25 to 27 February 2014 in Surabaya, Indonesia

Under the overall theme of "Multilayer Partnerships and Coalition as the Basis for 3Rs Promotion in Asia and the Pacific�," the Fifth Regional 3R Forum in Asia and the Pacific aims to address various forms of partnerships and coalition for implementation of the Ha Noi 3R Declaration (2013-2013). The multilayer partnerships among key stakeholders are essential for effective promotion and implementation of 3Rs which is much beyond municipal waste management, and are intrinsically linked with resource efficiency in a wide range of key development sectors such as agriculture, industry, and energy, among others, toward transitioning to a resource efficient economy and society. Concept Note


Chair's Summary / Surabaya Declaration

As outcomes of the Forum, participants adopted the Chair's Summary and Surabaya 3R Declaration.
Chair's Summary of the Fifth Regional 3R Forum in Asia and the Pacific
Surabaya Declaration on Promotion of Multilayer Partnerships and Coalition for the Expansion of Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle (3Rs) in Asia and the Pacific

Programme and Presentations

Programme

Day 1: Tuesday, 25 February 2014

PresentationNameAffiliation/Title
Opening RemarksDr. Haji SoekarwoHon. Governor of East Java, Indonesia
Ms. Chikako TakaseDirector, UNCRD
H.E. Mr. Shinji InoueParliamentary Senior Vice Minister of the Environment, Japan
H.E. Ir. Djoko Kirmanto Dipl.Minister of Public Works, Indonesia
Keynote AddressH.E. Prof. Balthasar KambuayaMinister of Environment, Indonesia
Plenary Session 1: Effective Implementation of the Ha Noi 3R Declaration (2013-2023) in Asia and the Pacific
Position Paper on Implementation of the Ha Noi 3R Declaration (2013-2023) in Asia and the PacificDr. Heinz SchandlScience Team Leader, CSIRO Ecosystem Sciences, Australia
Core Set of 3R Performance Indicators for Monitoring Implementation of the Ha Noi 3R Declaration (2013-2023)Mr. C.R.C. Mohanty(on behalf of Asia Resource Circulation Policy Research Group work)
(Panel Discussion) Input from JapanMr. Kazuya KumagaiDirector, Office of Sound Material-Cycle Society, Waste Management and Recycling Department, Ministry of the Environment, Japan
(Panel Discussion) Input from Viet NamProf. Dr. Bui Cach TuyenDeputy Minister, MONRE, Viet Nam
Luncheon Session-a: How to foster recycling industry? Good Practices in Asia
Co-organizers: IGES and IDE-JETRO
Luncheon Session-b: Various community based 3R initiatives of the Asia 3R Citizens Network (NGO) in Japan
Plenary Session 2: Country-Country Cooperation and Partnerships for the Promotion and Implementation of 3R Policies and Programmes
Country-Country Cooperation and Partnerships in Implementing 3RsDr. Prasad ModakExecutive President, Environmental Management Centre LLP and Dean IL&FS Academy for Applied Development, India
Lessons learnt from Japanese policies and experiences towards promotion of 3Rs in Asia and the PacificMr. Junichi ShiraishiVice-Minister for Global Environmental Affairs, Ministry of the Environment, Japan
Plenary Session 3: City-City/Inter-municipal Cooperation through North-South-South cooperation for Advancing 3Rs at Local Level
City-City/Inter-municipal Collaboration through North-South-South CooperationMs. Tri RismahariniMayor of Surabaya City
(Panel Discussion) Input from Kathmandu Metropolitan CityMr. Laxman AryalChief and Executive Officer, Kathmandu Metropolitan City, Nepal
(Panel Discussion) Input from CAT23Mr. Masanobu IizukaClean Association of Tokyo 23, Japan



Day 2: Wednesday, 26 February 2014

PresentationNameAffiliation/Title
Plenary Session 4A: Triangular Cooperation (Government-Scientific & Research Institutions-Private Sector) for Developing Viable Business Models in 3Rs/Waste Management
Science Community Cooperation with Policy and Business Model Development in the Fields of 3Rs and Waste ManagementProf. Shinichi SakaiKyoto University
Green Industry Platform: A multi-stakeholder partnership between business, Government and Civil SocietyMr. Jerome StuckiUNIDO
(Panel Discussion) Input from Sri LankaMr. Basnayake Mudiyanselage Uthpala Dayananda BasnayakeSecretary, Ministry of Environment and Renewable Energy, Sri Lanka
(Panel Discussion) Input from Viet NamProf. Dr. Bui Cach TuyenDeputy Minister, Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment, Viet Nam
(Panel Discussion) Input from Timor-LesteH.E. Dr. Antonio da ConceicaoMinister, Ministry of Commerce, Industry and Environment, Timor-Leste
Plenary Session 4B: Triangular Cooperation (Government- Scientific & Research Institutions -Private Sector) for Supporting Viable Business Models in 3Rs/Waste Management
Waste Recovery International Partnership for Moving Towards a Resource Efficient and Zero Waste Society � Case of Bor�s based Business ModelMr. Tom AnderssonVice Mayor of Bor�s City, Sweden
(Panel Discussion) Input from KiribatiHon. Tiarite George KwongMinister, Ministry of Environment, Lands and Agricultural Development, Kiribati
Working Luncheon Session on Asia-Pacific 3R White Paper Facilitated by MoE-Japan and UNCRD
Parallel Country Round Table Dialogues
Round Table 1: Industry-Industry Partnerships for Advancing 3Rs from Market Perspectives
Round Table 2: Multilayer Partnerships for Advancing 3Rs in Agriculture and Rural Sector (Biomass Waste)
Round Table 3: Multilayer Partnerships for 3R Infrastructures and Facilities (eco-industrial zones, science parks, eco-towns, etc.)
Round Table 4: Local governments-NGO/CSO (Civil Society Organization) Partnerships for Advancing 3Rs in Municipal Waste Management
Round Table 5: Public-Private Partnership (PPP)s for 3Rs in e-waste (WEEE) Management
Plenary Session 5: Reporting Outcomes of the Country Round Table Dialogues
Reporting by Round Table 1
Reporting by Round Table 2
Reporting by Round Table 3
Reporting by Round Table 4
Reporting by Round Table 5
Reporting by NGO Groups
Reporting on Special Session on Asia-Pacific 3R White Paper



Day 3: Thursday, 27 February 2014

PresentationNameAffiliation/Title
Plenary Session 6: Measures to scale-up the implementation of the Ha Noi 3R Declaration (2013-2023) in Small Island Developing States (SIDS)
Regional Model of Cooperation in PICs (Including Regional Recycling Network (JICA Reverse Logistics Report)Mr. Nobuhiro IkuroDeputy Director General, JICA
CDL and Product Stewardship ProgrammesMs. Esther RichardsSolid Waste Management Adviser, SPREP
Issue of Plastics in the Coastal and Marine Environment and Possible SolutionsProf. Hidesighe TakadaTokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Japan
Expanding lessons learnt � from the case of Solomon IslandsMs. Wendy Polo BetiMinistry of Environment Climate Change Disaster Management & Meteorology, Solomon Islands
Vanuatu's multilayer partnership for sustainable compostingMs. Touasi TiwokDepartment of Environmental Protection and Conservation, Ministry of Climate Change, Geohazard, Meteorology, Energy and Environment, Vanuatu
Importance of Regional Training and Capacity Building towards successful 3R implementation in SIDSDr. Sunil HeratHead Environmental Engineering, Griffith University
Plenary Session 7: Climate and Clean Air Coalition � Municipal Solid Waste Initiative (CCAC MSWI) as the Basis for New Cooperation in Advancing 3Rs � Potential Synergies with Regional 3R Forum in Asia and the Pacific
CCAC Municipal Solid Waste InitiativeMr. Surendra ShresthaDirector, UNEP/IETC
Plenary Session 8: Adoption of Surabaya 3R Declaration and Chair�s Summary
Surabaya 3R Declaration
Chair's Summary
Closing RemarksMs. Chikako TakaseDirector, UNCRD
Mr. Junichi ShiraishiVice-Minister for Global Environmental Affairs, Ministry of the Environment, Japan
Mr. Ir. Djoko MursitoDirector, Ministry of Public Works, Indonesia
Dr. Rasio Ridho SaniDeputy Minister for Hazardous Substances, Hazardous Waste and Solid Waste Management, Ministry of Environment, Indonesia



Previous / latest meetings
Regional 3R Forum in Asia and the Pacific
Seventh Regional 3R Forum in Asia and the Pacific (2016, Adelaide)
Sixth Regional 3R Forum in Asia and the Pacific (2015, Male)
Fourth Regional 3R Forum in Asia (2013, Ha Noi)
Third Regional 3R Forum in Asia (2011, Singapore)
Second Regional 3R Forum in Asia (2010, Kuala Lumpur)
Inaugural Regional 3R Forum in Asia (2009, Tokyo)

Public Event
Nagoya Public Forum on Multilayer Partnerships for the Promotion of 3Rs in Asia and the Pacific (2014, Nagoya)

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