The Sustainability Committee of the European Chamber of Commerce would like to invite EuroCham members for an open discussion on 31st of October 8.30 am – 10.00 am at the European Chamber of Commerce, 138 Robinson Road, #11-04 Oxley Tower, Singapore 068906.
About the Sustainability Committee and its objection
In line with the commitments and ambitions of Singapore, the EuroCham Sustainability Committee focuses on building a sustainable, resource-efficient and climate-resilient Singapore. The committee works with the Singapore government to make their climate change and sustainability objectives achievable and to ensure a smooth roll out. Committee members of this committee come from various industries which enables them to tap the less explored opportunities. Concurrently, the committee establishes a common voice for the European business community in Singapore in the area of environmental sustainability.
Short term objective of the committee : produce a Sustainability White Book including a chapter with good practice from various European companies in Singapore/Asean (basically a Guide to sustainability) to be published Q2 of 2020.
About the session:
- This session will be an opportunity to meet your peers of Sustainability professionals in a wide range of European companies based in Singapore.
- Members are expected to explain their area of interests and challenges they would like to be addressed within the Sustainability Committee.
- Your input in the discussion will help our Sustainability community to better understand your interests and challenges, so that we can plan and improve our events and activities to meet your expectations.
Moderator for this session:
Mr Alain Borne, Supply Chain Director, Asia Remy Cointreau and Co-Chair of the Sustainability Committee.
Areas identified by the committee :
Topics to be addressed in a short term :
- Carbon emission tax
- Circular Economy
In a second phase :
- Sustainable financing
- Water waste management and water conservation
- Sustainable Building
- Sustainable fashion and textile
The topics are open for discussion and not limited to the ones listed above.
Kindly send your RSVP to attend the session by replying this email nele.cornelis@eurocham.