ReThink HK 2022 : Video-on-Demand

The Full Picture: Addressing Scope 3 Emissions Through Engagement and Empowerment

Day 1 - 5th Oct | 11:00 - 12:00

Location: Sustainable Transformation Theatre (Keynote)

Decarbonisation

Overview

As corporates progress on carbon-reduction initiatives, the supply chain has come into focus, with many organisations successfully mapping out and implementing strategies to reduce Scope 1 and 2 emissions. Yet, many still struggle with the challenges posed by Scope 3 emissions, which entail indirect emissions that occur in the value chain. Hear from leaders in this space on how they are addressing Scope 3 as a key opportunity for emissions and cost reduction as well as positive engagement with all stakeholders.

Learnings

  • Transportation, purchased goods and services and investments are among the many forms of a company’s Scope 3 emissions. How should businesses in Hong Kong identify their emissions hotspots?
  • What are some trends and challenges that leaders in this space are seeing? What are some tools and techniques that businesses can use to align Scope 3 emissions reductions with net-zero targets?
  • How are leadership companies defining and executing strategies with sound data analysis, and articulating holistic engagement plans with investors, clients, suppliers and teams?

Post Event Actions

  • Gain insights on how leading companies are engaging and empowering investors, clients, suppliers and teams to assess and address Scope 3 emissions hotspots in their value chains.
  • Understand how you can equip your company with the insights and tools it needs to identify energy efficiency and cost reduction opportunities relevant to Scope 3 in its supply chain.
  • Scale up collaborations with value chain partners in setting ambitious Scope 3 targets aligned with climate science.

Speakers

MODERATOR

Stacey Chow

Director and Asia Regional Lead for Business & Society

Brunswick Group

Stacey Chow

Director and Asia Regional Lead for Business & Society

Brunswick Group

Stacey leads Brunswick Group’s Business & Society practice in Asia, and advises clients on sustainability, ESG and social purpose strategies, stakeholder engagement, and thought leadership positioning for senior executives. She previously worked at the World Economic Forum and World Bank, and has more than 15 years of experience in sustainable development, infrastructure development and public-private partnerships. She was a 2012-2015 Global Leadership Fellow at the World Economic Forum.

My Sustainability Goals for 2022:

Helping companies reach sustainability goals through global partnerships and technological innovation.

Dr Robin Kennish

Director, Corporate Sustainability & Climate Change

Environmental Resources Management

Dr Robin Kennish

Director, Corporate Sustainability & Climate Change

Environmental Resources Management

Dr Kennish has worked with ERMs Clients in the Asia Pacific region for the last 25 years on managing their sustainability risks and opportunities. His focus is on helping Clients with their transition to a low carbon economy and working with their teams to ensure that a robust ESG strategy is in place. This has included advisory services around climate disclosures such as: CDP and TCFD, GHG assessments, net-zero transition plans, SBTi submissions, as well as approvals for renewable energy projects (ie offshore wind and solar).

My Sustainability Goals for 2022:

I am committed to working alongside my ERM team and our Clients in Hong Kong to get us on a path to a net-zero world.

Wilfred Luk

Head of ESG Integration

AIA

Wilfred Luk

Head of ESG Integration

AIA

Wilfred Luk heads ESG Integration at AIA, where he is passionate in embedding sustainability in every fibre of the organization, engaging with key functions and all 18 markets in Asia. He hails from a risk background with more than ten years of experience in the life insurance industry.

My Sustainability Goals for 2022:

With greater awareness and investment, I wish for Hong Kong to become a centre for green and transitional finance in hopes for more sustainable outcomes for our future generations.

Dedy Mahardika

SBT Engagement Manager, SEA and Oceania

CDP

Dedy Mahardika

SBT Engagement Manager, SEA and Oceania

CDP

Dedy is the SBT Engagement Manager for Southeast Asia and Oceania at CDP based in Jakarta, Indonesia. He focuses on the development of the regional corporate engagement and strategic collaboration to bring more uptakes in the region. Dedy earned a M.Sc of Environment and Energy Engineering from Kyungpook National University.

My Sustainability Goals for 2022:

I would like to see more uptakes of the Hong Kong companies in joining the SBTi and set their corporate climate ambition to be in-line with the climate latest science.

Dr Raymond Yau

General Manager, Technical Services & Sustainable Development

Swire Properties Limited

Dr Raymond Yau

General Manager, Technical Services & Sustainable Development

Swire Properties Limited

Dr Raymond Yau is General Manager of Technical Services & Sustainable Development at Swire Properties (SPROPS). Raymond is currently Director & Vice-Chairman of Sustainable Development Committee, Hong Kong Green Building Council. Raymond also serves as member of Advisory Council on the Environment, Board of Director of Business Environment Council, and founding member of IWBI Governance Council.

My Sustainability Goals for 2022:

Lead Swire Properties’ implementation strategies of carbon and energy reduction based on our 1.5°C aligned Science-based Targets, paving way to achieve net zero by 2050.

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