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CAI-Asia: General Assembly 2002
Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre 19 December 2002

CAI-Asia held its General Assembly in Hong Kong on 19 December 2002, after the BAQ 2002 workshop.

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AttendeesAttendees
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List of the 88 persons that attended. 4 pp.

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In 2002, CAI-Asia received appications for membership from 19 cities, 12 national government agencies, 37 non-government organizations (NGOs), academia, and national private sector organizations, 3 development agencies, and 2 international private sector companies. Membership of these organizations was approved.

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Proposed changes include 1) replacing the current Coordinating Committee with a Coordinating Council and Executive Council, 2) removing the rule that chairperson needs to be a city representative, 3) changing criteria for membership for development agencies, and 4) establishing of a new category of private sector members.


CharterCharter
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The new Charter reflects the changes agreed upon. 10 pp.

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Business Plan 2003Business Plan 2003
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The CAI-Asia Business Plan 2003 was approved after taking into account suggestions and comments made from the floor. 13 pp.


Minutes of the CAI-Asia General AssemblyMinutes of the CAI-Asia General Assembly
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Details on comments proposed is provided in the Minutes of the Assembly. 4 pp.

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Dr. Supat Wangwongwatana of the Pollution Control Department of Thailand has been appointed the new CAI-Asia Chair. Dr. Supat is currently also the Regional Coordinator for Clean Air Training Network for Asian Cities (CATNET-Asia).

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