• BEC EnviroSeries Conference 2016

    13 May 2016

    A Resilient and Low Carbon Hong Kong – Transforming Awareness into Actions

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    Business Environment Council Limited 商界環保協會有限公司(“BEC”) will host the EnviroSeries Conference at JW Marriott Hotel Hong Kong on 19 May 2016 (Thursday).  Setting the theme on “A Resilient and Low Carbon Hong Kong – Transforming Awareness into Actions”, the Conference will serve as a platform for policy makers, industry experts, business leaders and academics to exchange views to develop strategies and plans for reducing emissions in energy generation and reducing energy usage, which will help transform Hong Kong into a low-carbon city and support a global shift to net zero emissions.

    The Conference will start with the opening remarks by Mr Eric Chong, BEC Board Director, Chair of BEC Climate Change Business Forum Advisory Group and President & CEO of Siemens Limited,followed by the Keynote Presentation by Ms Christine Loh, JP, Under Secretary for the Environment of the HKSAR Government.  Attending the event will also include Speakers such as Mr Chi-ming Shun, JP, Director of the Hong Kong Observatory and Ir Edwin Tong, JP, Director of Drainage Services of the HKSAR Government, as well as Mr Richard Lancaster, BEC Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of CLP Holdings Limited (Please refer to the rundown for details).

    More Information: http://bec.org.hk/events-current/bec-enviroseries-conference-2016

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