The Green Economy Forum was held at The Harbourview. The forum invited a number of leaders to give speeches. They are 2nd President of the Legislative Council -Jasper Tsang Yok-sing GBM, GBS, JP, former Under Secretary for Environment, Ms. Christine Loh, JP SBS, OBE, Carbon Care Asia CEO Lai Kwong-tak, Hong Kong Energy Conservation Association And Honorary Chairman Mr. Dominic Yin, Friends of the Earth (HK) Chairman Dr. Wong Taam Chi Woon, Vivian, JP, President of Sustainable Fashion Business Consortium Mr. Li Mingwei, Shangri-La Hotel Corporate Social Responsibility Director Ms. Yui Ku, HRL Morrison & Co, Mr. Koo Chee Hang, Head of Investment Strategy, Mr Cheung Kwok Chuen, Director of China Dynamics Project Development, and Ms. Christina Tang Pik-han , Founder of Blue Sky Energy Technology.
According to UN Global Compact, “Social Caring Pledge” has always been committed to advocating corporate environmental protection. At the forum, Carbon Care Asia CEO Lai Kwong-tak shared his insights at COP21. In addition, Hong Kong Energy Conservation Association And Honorary Chairman Mr. Dominic Yin also shared the need to pay attention to China’s development of green energy, so that everyone can deepen their understanding of this potential market.
Speakers: (From left) Moderator Dr. Kwok May Han Grace, Executive Director of Allied Environmental Consultants Limited and Friends of the Earth (HK) Chairman Dr Wong Taam Chi Woon, Vivian, JP, President of Sustainable Fashion Business Consortium Mr. Li Mingwei and Shangri-La Hotel Corporate Social Responsibility Director Ms. Yui Ku
Speakers: (From left) Moderator Transport and Housing Director, Professor Raymond So Wai-man JP, Blue Sky Energy Founder Christina Tang, HRL Morrison & Co Investment Strategy Director, Mr. Koo Chee Hang, and Head of Investment Strategy, Mr. Cheung Kwok Chuen, Director of China Dynamics Project Development
She shared that the challenges faced by the government in formulating environmental protection policies and legislation, and explored the role of enterprises in environmental protection from the aspects of energy conservation, green building, solid waste treatment and waste recycling.
He mentioned the challenges faced by stakeholders in the implementation of the Social Caring Pledge, such as the contradiction between corporate development and corporate social responsibility, the contradiction between labor and capital, social and economic development and environmental protection.
Sharing the implications of the Paris Climate Agreement for Hong Kong companies. He mentioned that low-carbon Asia is calling for companies to reduce carbon emissions and zero-carbon business models as a development trend.
He explained the current situation of nuclear energy in China, the blueprint for development, and the resistance and challenges faced by nuclear power development.