Clean Environment Leaders Summit
The Clean Environment Leaders Summit (CELS) is a dedicated programme with three sessions designed to provide opportunities for environment leaders to connect and forge new partnerships to advance sustainability, address challenges, and enhance their knowledge of the industry. The sessions will also allow delegates to share their expertise, participate in panel discussions and exchange ideas with leaders in an interactive setting. The first edition of the CELS will take a deep dive into themes such as smart regulations, green growth models, and future technologies and solutions.
Session 1: Policy and Regulation
10 July 2018
9.15am – 10.30am
Panel Discussion: Protecting the Environment and Public Health
Our environment is often intertwined with the health and wellbeing of the public. What are some approaches to safeguard both public health and the environment? How can policy makers put in place citizen-centric environmental solutions for a sustainable future? Howcan governments and companies nudge individuals and businesses to cultivate environmental stewardship?
Dr Amy Khor
Senior Minister of State, Ministry of Health and Ministry of the Environment and Water Resources,
Mr James Shaw
Minister for Climate Change,
Session 2: Business Innovation, Models, Best Practices
10 July 2018
10.30am – 11.45am
Panel Discussion: Innovative business concepts in pursuit of environment sustainability
How can innovative business concepts contribute to environment sustainability and yet provide a competitive advantage? How can businesses develop resource efficiency and engage in ethical consumption?
Mr Ronnie Tay
Chief Executive Officer,
National Environment Agency, Singapore
Mr Wang Tianyi
Chief Executive Officer, China Everbright International Limited
Session 3: Future Technologies and Solutions
10 July 2018
11.45am – 1pm
Panel Discussion: Global trends in environmental technology
How are these global trends relevant to businesses? What are some of the technologies and opportunities businesses can leverage to be future ready and achieve sustainable living? Are these solutions viable and realistic in light of factors such as costs and current regulations/policies? What is the market potential for such technologies?
Mr Markus Asch
Deputy Chief Executive Officer and Vice Chairman of the Management Board, Alfred Kärcher Gmbh & Co. KG / President, EUnited Cleaning
Mr Nam Kwang Hee
Korea Environmental Industry and Technology Institute