Director, Sustainable Apparel Coalition (APAC)
Anderson Lee is a highly respected expert in sustainability issues relating to the fashion industry, manufacturing, business and policy. He spent 7 years serving Sustainable Apparel Coalition as a board member and has founded its APAC division to further enable and advocate for businesses to shift towards more sustainable practices in Asia. In recent years, he is also serving on the board of directors for Redress.
He is also the Business Director of Hong Kong Non-Woven Group, one of the first companies to introduce closed-loop manufacturing facilities and chemical-free low carbon manufacturing processes. An active contributor to various multi-stakeholder initiatives, Anderson is the convenor of the Fashion Industry Development Committee of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region on Innovation and Sustainability; a Member of the Qualifications Framework, Textiles and Clothing for the Education Bureau of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region; a voting member of the Outdoor Industry Association Sustainability Working Group in the USA. Additionally he is on the steering group of a number of government-funded carbon reduction projects and has been a judge for the EcoChic Design Award (now known as the Redress Design Award) for several cycles. Anderson is passionate about igniting change in tomorrow’s fashion leaders.
My Sustainability Goals for 2021:
We anticipate Hong Kong will continue to evolve and adapt sustainability in ways that few can predict. We have the largest green bond supported from the government and we tend to exceed people’s expectations.