“The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeing new lands but in seeing with new eyes"  - Marcel Proust, Novelist

“The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeing new lands but in seeing with new eyes"
- Marcel Proust, Novelist

SUSTAINABILITY SERIES I, II AND III

About this series

These three series are conducted in the form of huddle groups with an interactive discussion of pertinent issues on what is sustainability and how it affects the individual and the organisation. It is a good learning platform to enhance knowledge on sustainability and how it affects people, profit and planet. There is ample opportunity to network and share experiences and solutions with a view to creating a close-knit group for participants to interact with each other after the programme in furthering the cause for sustainability.

Who should attend?

Whether you are an industry professional, a company representative, an individual with a mission or a student in related field, the Sustainability Series are a must to attend in 2019. You may just be one of our Sustainability Revolutionists :

• Design Consultant • Project Management • Legal/ Contracting • Operations • Professionals Energy Management • Sustainability Management • Environmental Management • Facilities Management • Waste Management • Climate Change Management • SHE Management • Project Management • Supply Chain/ Contract Management • Purchasing/ Procurement • Regulation/ Policy Making • Sustainability Analysts • NGO Staff • Academia • Tertiary education student • An individual with a mission

Sustainability Series I : INTRODUCTION TO SUSTAINABILITY
Series Code : ITS01
Time and Programme Description

10.00 AM
Registration and Coffee

10.15 AM Welcome

10.30 AM Introduction to Our World
• Planet Earth
• The Human Factor
• The Environment
• Current state of the global environment and basic ecology

11.15 AM The White Elephant in the Room
• Human-global environment interactions
• “We have the power to destroy; what we need is the power to restore” - Dr Sylvia Earle.

11.45 AM Introduction to Sustainability
• Sustainability and You
• Sustainability Defined
• Cross-Disciplinary Field of Study
• Identifying harmful practices and discussion on what today’s societies have to endure :
- Global Change
- Ecosystems Degradation
- Resource Limitation

1.00 PM Lunch Break and Networking

2.00 PM How do we take actions to reverse environmental harm?
• The Power to Restore : What Are They?
• The Tools of Sustainability : Technical and Academic
• Rewire Your DataBrain © : Systems Change, Partners for System Change, Transformation
Strategies

3.00 PM United Nations The Global Goals : What Are They?
• Millennium Development Goals (MDG)
• Sustainable Development Goals (SDG)

3.30 PM Special Sharing

4.00 PM Key Lessons and Takeaways

4.45 PM End of Huddle

 

Sustainability Series II : THE WORLD IN SUSTAINABILITY
Series Code : WIS02
Time and Programme Description

10.00 AM
Registration and Coffee

10.15 AM Welcome

10.30 AM Sustainability and You
• Where are you in terms of habits?
• Sustainability defined
• Sustainable Development Goals

11.15 AM Sustainability in Practice and Sustainable Development : What are they and who practise them?
• Introduction to Sustainable Development
• Various aspects of sustainability :
- Energy Use
- Industrial Process
- Waste Generation and Disposal
- Built Environment
• Various focus on solutions :
- Policy, laws and regulations, communication, marketing, research advocacy, government
agencies, international treaties, finance industry

1.00 PM Lunch Break and Networking

2.00 PM Spreading Sustainability: The need to create a platform for future generations
• Why and What?
• How?
• Identifying Enablers
• Rewire Your DataBrain © : Systems Change, Partners for System Change, Transformation Strategies

3.00 PM Liveability : The Buzzword
• What is it?
• Why the need to measure?
• Case Studies

3.30 PM Special Sharing

4.00 PM Key Lessons and Takeaways

4.45 PM End of Huddle

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Series III : SUSTAINING SUSTAINABILITY
Series Code : SS03
Time and Programme Description

10.00 AM
Registration and Coffee

10.15 AM Welcome

10.30 AM Sustainability and You : What is the rationale in continuing with sustainability?
• Sustainable Development Goals
• Making Sustainability Living Commonplace

11.00 AM Introduction to Sustainability Practitioner Platform (SPP) as a Process for Ethical Progression
• Sustainability as a Profitable Tool in Business Strategy
• Guiding Principles Behind SPP
• Initial Implementation by Invested Stakeholders
• Challenges and Teething Problems Defined
• Academics Bear In
• Multidisciplinary Involvement is Key
• SPP as a Vehicle to Steer Pilot Projects
• Rewire Your DataBrain © : Systems Change, Partners for System Change, Transformation Strategies

1.00 PM Lunch Break and Networking

2.00 PM Discussion on Global Liveability Index
• Recruitment of Talented Professionals, World Class Healthcare, Green Park and Fresh Air, Quality
Education

2.30 PM Discussion on summary findings from global studies

3.00 PM Special Sharing

3.20 PM Key Lessons and Takeaways

4.10 PM End of Huddle

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