EARLY BIRD PASS UNTIL 4 SEPT

Taking Ownership: A Roadmap for Supply Chain Decarbonisation

Day 1 - 5th Oct | 15:40 - 16:30

Location: Sustainable Resources Theatre

Decarbonisation

Overview

Most companies’ climate impact lies in their supply chains. Measuring and managing supply chain emissions therefore plays an integral role in realising our net-zero ambitions. While companies are in a unique position to influence supplier behaviours, operations and investments, competing priorities and supply chain complexity have led to delayed action in this space.

Learnings

  • What are the biggest challenges – measurement and management – for companies seeking to decarbonise their supply chains?
  • What are some concrete steps companies can take to incentivise supply chain decarbonisation, and translate ambition into action?
  • What role does the financial sector play in incentivising supply chain behaviours, and in helping businesses navigate emerging supply chain challenges and opportunities?
  • Perspectives from finance, technology, new forms of retail, the identification of a robust inventory of GHGs, as well as the articulation of intention and engagement with suppliers and internal and external stakeholders beyond the buying-supplying level.

Post Event Actions

  • Gain insights on concrete steps companies are taking to decarbonise their supply chains and build and maintain positive relationships with suppliers.
  • Understand that the global nature of many supply chains allows companies to support decarbonisation beyond our borders.

Speakers

MODERATOR

Ir Dr Eugene Wong

Associate Professor; Director of Policy Research Institute of Global Supply Chain

The Hang Seng University of Hong Kong

Ir Dr Eugene Wong

Associate Professor; Director of Policy Research Institute of Global Supply Chain

The Hang Seng University of Hong Kong

Ir Dr Eugene Wong is an Associate Professor in the Hang Seng University of Hong Kong, and the Director of Policy Research Institute of Global Supply Chain. He has substantial managerial and consulting experiences in logistics transportation, manufacturing and engineering industry before joining the academia. He received several government funding projects on supply chain decarbonization and development of hydrogen fuel cell for transport and logistics. He is the author of a book ‘Supply Chain Decarbonisation – Organisation and Product Carbon Footprint’. He serves council members of professional associations, government organisations, and editorial boards on international journals.

Jenny Fan

Director, Sustainable Finance

ANZ

Jenny Fan

Director, Sustainable Finance

ANZ

Jenny joined ANZ in 2008 and currently looks after the North Asia Sustainable Finance business. Jenny was previously the Co-Head of Debt Capital Markets, North Asia and was responsible for the overall management and growth of ANZ presence across the region. Jenny has worked in Australia and mainland China across various banking function.

Chaminda Gunasekera

Senior Director - Asia Pacific

Seko Logistics ltd

Chaminda Gunasekera

Senior Director - Asia Pacific

Seko Logistics ltd

Chaminda Gunasekera.FCILT is the Senior Director of SEKO Logistics Hong Kong looking Asia Expansion and Network Development , M&A and Sustainability. Chaminda was in charge of eCommerce and Air Freight in SEKO Asia Pacific before taking up a more strategic development role. Chaminda is Sri Lankan living in Hong Kong and has been in the region for over 15 years and also lived in Dubai for 5 years. Chaminda has held many senior roles in his career and volunteered for social work. Some of few important roles he has held in Asia and Middle East were, VP of Sales , Marketing & Key accounts in Agility Greater China, Group Director-Commercial for Able Logistics Group/Kerry Logistics in the Middle East, the first Director of International Business for Kerry Logistics in Greater China, CEO of Bax Global Sub Continent and East Africa to name a few. Chaminda is a fellow of the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport and services and served as the Chairman of UAE board of directors for CILT based in Dubai. Chaminda is a steering committee member and head of sustainability of American Chamber’s transport and Logistics committee, Chaminda is a very passionate sustainability activist looking after many projects for CO2 savings and designing logistics solutions for carbon neutralizing eCommerce products. Chaminda’s contribution to the industry can be found at www.Chaminda.net.

My Sustainability Goals for 2022:

To produce the first ever Carbon neutral eCommerce parcel in the freight forwarder’s world and start reporting Co2 for all business channels in SEKO.

Liam Salter

CEO

RESET Carbon Limited

Liam Salter

CEO

RESET Carbon Limited

Liam is Founder and CEO at RESET Carbon Ltd since 2009. RESET offers solutions to companies seeking to measure and reduce their carbon footprint with a focus on Asian markets.

Previously Liam was the Director of WWF’s International’s Asia-Pacific Climate Programme, where he built and managed a ten-country team. At WWF Liam also co-led the design and set-up of the Gold Standard, which is now a leading certification system for project level carbon offsets and other environmental and social attributes.

Liam holds a Masters of Science in Environmental Technology from Imperial College, London.

My Sustainability Goals for 2022:

We hope to see the Government providing a next level of detail for its Climate Action Plan including a roadmap of key initiatives and expectations of reductions from major sectors.

Mitsuko Wong

Sustainability Lead, Product and Supply Chain

Ralph Lauren

Mitsuko Wong

Sustainability Lead, Product and Supply Chain

Ralph Lauren

Mitsuko Wong is the Sustainability Lead, Product and Supply Chain at Ralph Lauren. She leads the company’s sustainability strategy and initiatives in the product supply chain space. She is also the co-chair of the UN Fashion Charter Low Carbon Manufacturing Working Group and member of the Steering Committee. Mitsuko has a long track record working in climate and sustainability initiatives in various settings including non-profit, consulting, and corporate.

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