|Opening Remarks||Ms Christina Lee|
|Keynote and Inspirational Speech
As a maritime lawyer, an ocean advocate and pioneer swimmer, Lewis puts his hard learned lessons in to the context of a corporate environment. He will share his experience in conquering environmental challenges, and how these experience could inspire our business decision making today.
His message is highly relevant, inspirational and, most importantly actionable.
|Mr Lewis Pugh|
|Lecture I: “Big things come in small packages”
We often hear SMEs say “we want to start sustainable initiatives but we are just too small”. There are valid challenges that SMEs face like limited financial resources yet the power to change actually comes from the places where innovation thrives, people are motivated by passion, and there is a desire to make a difference.
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|Ms Pat Gallardo Dwyer|
|Group Discussion I: Big things come in small packages||Ms Pat Gallardo Dwyer|
|Dialogue: Best Sustainability Practice in Business
In this dialogue, Esther will share her involvement in sustainability with real case scenarios, best practices and render advices.
Moderator: Ms Pat Gallardo Dwyer
|Ms Esther An|
|Lecture II: Turning “green” to ‘”gold”
Apart from the excellent business results that Eco Special Waste Management has achieved, the company has made constant efforts to improve its sustainability and EHS practices, for which it has been recognized by being awarded the SBF Singapore Sustainability Award. Eco’s success today has been achieved through a combination of strategy, re-organization, re-engineering, investment in people and facilities, and great focus on continual improvement of their business.
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|Mr Rick Reidinger|
|Group Discussion II: Turning “green” to “gold”||Mr Rick Reidinger|
|Special Talk: “Sustainable Development – Challenges and Opportunities for China”
Since China opening up to the outside world and its economic reforms 30 years ago, which are the greatest achievements for China? Following the social and economic development, both resources and environment are increasingly under pressure, so what kind of challenges is China facing? Under the current trend, what are the new opportunities can environmental protection bring?
|Mr Chen Haowu|
Presentation of Certificate of Participation and Photo-Taking session