The Sustainability Summit 2021, organised by the British Chamber of Commerce in China, gathers together Chinese and British business leaders, policymakers and thought leaders to discuss the latest trends and the future of sustainable best practice in China and around the world. As we draw ever closer to the critical juncture in the battle against climate change, and while COVID-19 continues to wreak havoc on economies around the world, this year's Sustainability Summit will explore how business, government and society can build back greener after the pandemic.
Date: Wednesday 17 March
Time: 10am – 12:45 pm (registration begins 9:30am)
Venue: Hilton Beijing (Sanyuanqiao)
9:30AM - Coffee and registration/networking
10AM - Keynotes – Building back better (factoring in climate and SDGs)
10:15AM – Panel discussion with Q&A
11AM - Coffee break
11:15AM - Interactive session on 'Engaging with SDGs in China to build back better'
12:30PM - Closing comments from the floor and Forum Chairs/BritCham Chair
12:45PM – event ends
Chairman, Green Finance Committee, at China Society for Finance and Banking
Corporate Responsibility Director of PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC)
Senior Economist, Bank of England Representative and Head of Green Finance team at British Embassy Beijing
Principal Investment Officer at Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank
Head of Practice in Climate, Energy and Green Finance at World Wildlife Fund