sustainability

SCMO attends WORLD GREEN ORGANIZATION seminar

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SCMO attended the "GOALS Green Technology Seminar" organized by WGO - WORLD GREEN ORGANIZATION in Hong Kong.

Green Technology (Greentech) helps to reduce adverse effects on the environment as well as improving productivity, efficiency and operation performance. In response to the actively sought on green initiative, the World Green Organisation (WGO) invited experts from different sectors, including aircraft, electric vehicle and information technology, to share their ideas and best practices on how to reducing energy consumption or contributing to environmental sustainability by the application of Greentech. With the rapid advancement of environmental science and technology, companies are able to remain competitive with an environmental friendly and cost effective solution. On the occasion, the tree-planting activities organized by WGO and how corporations can be a part in the carbon offset will also be introduced.


1.     Carbon Offset Programme – Tree Planting
WORLD GREEN ORGANIZATION
CEO, Dr. William Yu

2.    Energy Saving in Green Office - New Wave in a Big Data World
NEGAWATT UTILITY
Director, Dr. David Chan

3.     Sustainability and Best Practices
THE HONG KONG AIRPORT AUTHORITY
Assistant Manager, Environment, Mr. Stephen Chan

4.     An Eco-friendly Transport Revolution
TESLA
Regional Director, Ms. Isabel Fan

5.      Greentech certification
SGS
Regional Project Director, Mr. Ivan Ha

 

SCMO attends CANADA sustainability conference

SCMO attended CANADA sustainability conference organized by the CONSULATE GENERAL OF CANADA in Hong Kong and Macao SARs.

SCMO attends UNITED NATIONS conference

SCMO attended the conference "Healthy Oceans – Healthy Coasts, International Leadership Conference Towards Achieving SDG 14: Current Challenges and Opportunities in Ocean" organised by UNCTAD - United Nations Conference on Trade and Development, at the POLY UNIVERSITY in Hong Kong.

The International Leadership Seminar on current challenges and opportunities in ocean and coastal sustainable development was being convened in Hong Kong (China) under the programme of the International Ocean Institute (IOI), the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD), the Shenzhen World Health Foundation (SWHF), and the Hong Kong Polytechnic University (HKPolyU). The Seminar covered sectors relevant to the Sustainable Development Goals, particularly SDG 14 for oceans, and related development goals such as SDG 11.