Day 1 – Defining the Problem

9:00am – 9:30am Opening and Welcomes
WELCOME: Polish Ministry of Environment
UNEP: Honorable Erik Solheim, Director General (tape)
WHO: Dr. Maria Neira, Director, Public Health and Environment (tape)
CCAC: Helena Molina-Valdes, Head of the Secretariat (tape)
9:30am – 10:45am Why We Care: Impacts – Health, Air Quality and Climate
Moderator: Pam Pearson, International Cryosphere Climate Initiative
KEYNOTE: Tami Bond, University of Illinois
Climate Impacts: Pam Pearson, ICCI
Health Impacts: Jessica Lewis, WHO
Discussion and Q&A
10:45 – 11:00 Tea/Coffee Break
11:00 – 12:30 Scoping the Problem: Coal Heating Stoves
Understanding Coal Heat:
Who Uses Coal? What Stoves? What Type of Coal? Where is it Used?
Why Use Coal? How Much Is Used? What are the emissions of coal?
Moderator: Katarzyna Juda-Rezler, Warsaw University of Technology
Global Situation: Zig Klimont, IIASA
Case Study: Poland
Moderated Discussion of Knowledge Gaps, Needs, and Questions
12:30 – 13:30 Lunch 
13:30 – 15:45


Scoping the Problem: Combined Cooking and Heating Stoves
Moderator: Ranyee Chiang, Global Alliance for Clean Cookstoves
Understanding Combined Cooking and Heating Stoves:
Who uses stoves for both cooking and heating? What types of stoves?      What type of fuel? Where are these used? Why use these stoves? How      much coal is used for heat?
Global Situation and Challenges: Zig Klimont, IIASA
Case Study: Mongolia: Adiyasuren Tsokhio, Ministry of Environment and Tourism
Case Study: Peru: Alfonso Cordova, Ministry of Energy and Mines
Case Study: Kenya
WHO: Country Surveys – Jessica Lewis, WHO
Moderated Discussion of Knowledge Gaps, Needs, and Questions
15:45 – 16:15 Coffee
16:15 – 17:00 Summary and Next Steps: Defining the Problem
Moderator: Susan Anenberg, Summit White Paper Coordinator

Day 2 – Barriers, Solutions and Next Steps

9:00-9:15 Summary of Day 1, Setting the Stage
9:15-10:45 Solutions Part I
Moderator: Kaarle Kupiainen, Finnish Environment Institute
Testing and Comparing Stoves:
– Tami Bond, University of Illinois
– Harold Annegarn, Northwest University, South Africa
Design Improvements:
– Combined Heating/Cooking – Crispin Pemberton-Pigott, World Bank
– Coal Heating Stoves – Andrzej Szlek, Silesian University of Technology
– Combined Cooking/Heating – Karuna Bajracharya, ICIMOD
Knowledge Gaps and Needed Steps
10:45-11:00 Coffee
11:00-12:30 Solutions Part II
Moderator: Jane Metcalfe, ICCI
Overarching Technological Change: Fuel switching, separating heating and cooking:
– Rodrigo Dittborn, Chilean Ministry of Environment Chile
– Yuguang Zhou, China Agricultural University
Challenges to New Clean Heat Stove Standards — Manufacturing Perspective
– John Ackerly, Alliance for Green Heat
Knowledge Gaps and Needed Steps
12:30-13:30 Lunch
13:30-15:00 Policy Solutions: Role of Governments, Multilateral Institutions, Civil Society
Moderator: Svante Bodin, ICCI
Regulatory Approaches: Veerle Beelaerts, European Commission
Behavior Change (Burn Right), Incentives and Steering Instruments: Svante Bodin, ICCI
Development Financing and International Cooperation: Yabei Zhang, World Bank
Ecolabelling and “Tiers:” Ranyee Chiang, GACC
Alternatives to the Household Level: District Heating, Other Energy Sources
(Geothermal, Solar): Kinga Majewska, Polish Ministry of Environment
Knowledge Gaps and Needed Steps
15:00-15:30 Coffee break and moderator summaries
15:30-16:45 Summary Session: Addressing Knowledge Gaps and Needed Next Steps
Co-Moderators: Pam Pearson and Svante Bodin, ICCI
16:45-17:00 Summary and Conclusions