A core group of opinion leaders and experts from the U.S., Japan, and China meets regularly to discuss issues of energy and the environment—areas where overlapping interests abound and cooperation is possible, and which are tied to the stability and prosperity of the region as a whole. In essence, the Forum seeks creative solutions to shared energy and environment challenges while using the functional discussion to build rapport and establish a problem-solving network of influential people.
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