Developments in U.S. Climate Change Policy and the ‘Green Diplomacy’ Initiative

Thursday, March 25, 2010


On Green Drinks tomorrow, Juhani Platt, the Environment, Science, Technology, and Health Officer at the US embassy in Phnom Penh, will briefly introduce:

Developments in U.S. Climate Change Policy
and the ‘Green Diplomacy’ Initiative

Most people still have to get used to the US taking a leadership role on green topics. If you want to know the details of the new policies and how it translates to action on the ground, please come. Juhani can also tell us about the green measures that the US embassy in Phnom Penh is taking to reduce its ecological footprint.

Date: 25 March 2010. Starting at 18.00 and you are invited.

Venue: Baitong Restaurant, 1st floor. No. 7, Street 360, BKK1, Phnom Penh (opposite to the international school of Phnom Penh).

Check for more info. Or mail us at Please note that drinks will be at own expense.

Upcoming drinks are:

25 March 2010 Starting at 18.00
29 April 2010
27 May 2010
24 June 2010
29 July 2010
26 August 2010
30 September 2010
28 October 2010
25 November 2010
30 December 2010

We hope to see you!

Patrick Kooijman and Jeroen Verschelling
Kamworks ltd

phone: +855 99 872220 (direct)
skype: kamworks_jeroenv

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Baitong is located at # 7, Street 360, Sangkat Beoung Keng Kang I, Phnom Penh. Street 360 is opposite the Caltex on Norodom Boulevard (south of the Independence Monument) and is also the home of La Cedre Restaurant and Le Jardin Café. At Baitong, we serve high-quality, healthy and fairly-priced Asian food in a relaxing, natural and modern environment.

We use the finest fresh and organic ingredients, offer friendly and efficient service, and embrace the local community


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