Making sustainability-driven investment decisions takes reliable, comparable data from sources, including companies. Digitising data on environmental, social and governance (ESG) matters enables companies to produce fit-for-purpose sustainability reporting that can power decision-making.
A growing number of organisations are looking to voluntarily monitor and report GHG emissions and better manage their carbon footprint. Reporting to a common global standard will promote more consistent and comparable disclosures and verification of your GHG projects gives provides assurance to your stakeholders of your commitments to reduce carbon emissions.
Hosted by: Oscar See
|2.00pm – 2.30pm||Registration|
|2.30pm – 2.40pm||Introduction
Host: Oscar See
Team Leader, Business Advisory
|2.40pm – 3.45pm||Embracing Sustainability in Your Business Today with Digital Technologies for a Better Future
Ms Chan Mei Yee
Senior Programme Manager
|3.45pm – 4.30pm||Questions & Answers|
- Understanding local regulatory and reporting landscape in sustainability
- Government initiatives for SMEs
- Kickstarter tools
Ms Chan Mei Yee, Senior Programme Manager (TÜV SÜD)
Ms Chan Mei Yee is a Senior Programme Manager at TÜV SÜD with 6 years of experience in ISO standards development, testing and certification for non-sewered sanitation systems. Prior to that, she was with the World Toilet Organization, spearheading their sanitation projects in China and Cambodia. She is passionate about driving corporate social responsibility and sustainability and has spent more than 18 years in various fields working internationally across teams and cultural boundaries before turning her focus on Singapore in helping companies with their carbon reduction journey. She holds a Masters in Community Water and Sanitation and a Science Degree in Earth Science, majoring in geology and physical geography.
She is a certified WSQ Advanced Certificate in Learning and Performance (ACLP) Train-The-Trainer (TTT). Since then, she has facilitated more than 10 companies in the training for Green Compass – A environmental assessment framework targeted at SME/ manufacturing industries.