Technology Lecture on OECD's Green Growth Strategy and Views on Carbon Footprint

Date: 31 May 2011 - 31 May 2011

Venue: Training Room 2, SIMTech Tower Block, Level 3, 71 Nanyang Drive

Sustainability has become a core consideration in both Government and corporate strategy making. This presentation will introduce OECD's green strategy recommendations, covering measures and views of OECD's studies. Carbon footprint, as a widely used measure for environmental performance, will also be covered. It is hoped that the audience would be able to gain a better knowledge for development of green strategies and a better understanding of carbon footprint as a measure and tool for communication of sustainability effort and achievements.




10.00 am     Registration
10.30am      Presentation by Mr Dale Andrew
11.30 am     Refreshment & Networking
12.00 pm     End of Lecture

About Mr Dale Andrew
Mr Dale Andrew is the Head of Environmental Policies Division, OECD Trade & Agriculture Directorate. His current work in the division focuses on services trade and also on the interface between trade and investment as well as trade and environment.

OECD (Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development) is the think tank for developed world. Its mission is to promote policies that will improve the economic and social well-being of people around the world. One current focus of OECD is on "Green Growth" including strategies, policies and measures. Mr Andrew is directly invlved in the study of green trends, policies and their impact on economy and provide consultancy to Governments in the related areas.

This is a non-chargeable lecture.
To reserve a seat, please register online.

Closing date: 30 May 2011


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