2020 On Demand

Rewatch the ReThink 2020 conference on demand

Catalysts and change-makers; the growth of the intrapreneur

Hong Kong businesses that are benefitting from nurturing sustainability talent and ideas inside their organisations

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The boardroom response to sustainability challenges

Corporate boards must be ready to respond when asked about their sustainability performance, how it contributes to advancing the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and building a future where people and nature thrive together.

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Keynote Presentation: Circular Economy Indicators

The Circular Transition Indicators (CTI) is an objective and quantitative framework that can be applied to businesses of all industries, sizes, value chain positions and geographies.

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Marketing the good

How do we share the news and benefits of our products and services with customers in ways that they care about?

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Lessons from COVID to accelerate Decarbonisation in Hong Kong

In the midst of the global pandemic, how can Hong Kong’s stakeholders accelerate the investments needed to meet Hong Kong’s obligations?

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Keynote Presentation: Why the circular economy is more relevant than ever

The Covid-19 pandemic has shone a light at the brittleness of the linear economic system and a number of its failures, and is demonstrating why the circular economy is now more relevant than ever.

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Battle against single-use plastics: our journey, our roadmap.

Cathay Pacific has started its battle against plastic for over 10 years, with a renewed focus in combatting single-use plastic since 2018. Join us to hear what Cathay has experienced through the journey and what is lying ahead.

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ASPIRE; a digital Marketplace for the Circular Economy.

How businesses can integrate circular activities by sourcing localised solutions and connecting community.

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Circular economy; from inspiration to implementation

Real-life inspiration from organisations introducing circular economy thinking into operations.

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