His speaking experience

Fitrian is an accomplished speaker at different national and international fora, including at the Asia Pacific Summit of Al Gore’s Climate Project.

During the period between 2003 and 2013, he has been invited as a speaker at various international fora including:

– International Conference on HEART OF BORNEO’s Natural Capital: Unleashing Their Potential for Sustainable Growth in Sabah, Sabah Forestry Department, Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia, November 2013;

Forest Trends Conference, Forest Trends US, Johannesburg, South Africa, September 2013;

– IAEE (International Association for Energy Economics) International Conference: Energy Markets Evolution under Global Carbon Constraints, IAEE/Curtin University, Perth, Australia, June 2012;

– IAIA (International Association for Impact Assessment) 12: Energy Future – the Role of Impact Assessment, IAIA, Porto, Portugal, May-June 2012;

– 24th PhD Workshop on International Climate Policy 2012, Freiburg University and ISE Fraunhofer, Freiburg, Germany, May 2012;

– Yale Indonesia Forum (Council on Southeast Asian Studies) Seminar – Spring 2012, Yale University, New Haven, United States, April 2012 (via skype);

– ANU Climate Change Institute PhD Expo 2012, The ANU Climate Change Institute, Canberra, Australia, March 2012;

 Federalism and Reforms in Asia 2011, ANU and NIPFP (National Institute for Public Finance and Policy), Canberra, Australia, December 2011;

Climate Change Expo 2011, The ANU Climate Change Institute,Canberra,Australia, August 2011;

– Designing Just Institution for Global Climate Governance, CAPPE-ANU (Centre for Applied Philosophy and Public Ethics, the Australian National University), Canberra, Australia, July 2011;

World Justice Forum III, World Justice Project, Barcelona, Spain, June 2011;

Policy Responses to Climate Change and Energy Security Post Cancun: Implications for the Asia-Pacific’s Region Energy Security, ESI-NUS (Energy Studies Institute, National University of Singapore), Singapore, March 2011;

Federalism and Reforms in Asia 2010, ANU and NIPFP, New Delhi, India, December 2010;

International Conference on Palm Oil, Asif International, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, October 2010;

World Bank Sustainable Development Forum, World Bank,Washington,DC., USA, January 2010;

EU-ASEF on Climate Change, EU-ASEF (European Union, Asia-Europe Foundation) COP 15 Side Events, Copenhagen, Denmark, December 2009;

The Climate Project: Asia-Pacific Summit, ACF (Australia Conservation Foundation) and TCP (The Climate Project) Australia, Melbourne, Australia, July 2009;

International Forum for Sustainability in Asia and the Pacific, IGES (Institute for Global Environmental Strategies), Kayama, Japan, June 2009;

Printemp Francais: L’Home et le Changement Climatique, Ambassade de France en Indonésie Embassy, Jakarta, June 2009 ;

Yale-ELTI-NUS Biofuel Conference, Yale and NUS, Singapore, May 2009;

International Conference and Exhibition – Palm Oil  (ICE-PO), Bimatama Inka, Jakarta, May 2009,

WWF Forest based Carbon Network Initiative, WWF International, Brasilia, March 2009,

Identification of Responsible Cultivation Areas, Ecofys, Amsterdam, January 2009,

First Launching of Eco-Fashion in Indonesia, WWF-Indonesia, Jakarta, October 2008,

World Palm Oil Summit and Exhibition (WPOSE), IOPRI (Indonesia Oil Palm Research Institute) and IPOA (Indonesia Palm Oil Association), Jakarta, May 2008,

E-Parliament Hearing on Climate Change, E-Parliament, Taipei (Taiwan) and Mabula (South Africa), March and April, 2008, http://www.e-parl.net/eparliament/hearings.do?action=recent&hearingid=21

Dispelling the myths: biofuels for climate change mitigation and adaptation, IUCN (World Conservation Union), Side Events of the UNFCCC COP 13, Bali, December 2007,

International Conference on Oil Palm and the Environment (ICOPE), SMARTRI (Sinar Mas Agribusiness Resources and Technology Research Institute), WWF-Indonesia and CIRAD (Centre de coopération internationale en recherche agronomique pour le développement), Bali, November 2007,

Kathryn Fuller Symposium on REDD (Reducing Emission from Deforestation and Degradation), WWF-US, Washington DC, October 2007,

Second Regional Dialogue on Transboundary Haze, SIIA (Singapore Institute of International Affairs), Singapore, August 2007,

Salon International de l’ Agriculture 2007 – Sustainable Palm Oil Production: Research Needs, CIRAD, Paris, March 2007,

1st Investor Forum on Supporting Sustainable Small-Medium Enterprise, New Ventures Indonesia, Jakarta, Indonesia, Nov 2006,

XV Conferencia International sobre Palma de Aceite, Fedepalma (Federación Nacional de Cultivadores de Palma de Aceite), Cartagena de Indias, Colombia, Sep 2006,

International Oil Palm Conference, IOPRI, Bali, Indonesia, June 2006,

Symposium on Nature & Poverty,(parallel event of the Global IUCN Meeting)at the World Forum Convention Centre, The Hague, The Netherlands, 15 Feb 2006,

Business & Industry Seminar, WWF-Sweden, Stockholm, Sweden, 8 Dec 2005,

European Forum on Agriculture Research and Development, EFARD, ETH-Zurich, Switzerland, 3 May 2005,

2nd Roundtable Meeting on Sustainable Palm Oil, RSPO (Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil), Jakarta, Indonesia, Oct 2004,

Etc.

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