Proving that sustainability is not only for large corporations, we share stories from seven local entrepreneurs and small businesses that have introduced innovative new green products and services.
As the Global Reporting Initiative launches its new GRI Standards, Interim Chief Executive Eric Hespenheide explains the benefits of sustainability reporting, and how the new framework will benefit companies.
Bobsy Gaia, Founder of MANA! and Chair of the Zero Waste Alliance, shares how a group of restaurants in Soho and Sheung Wan are collaborating to prevent and minimise waste.
Cash van Halder of Zureli and Simon Lee explore how a range of businesses – including property developers and managers, building tenants, investors and suppliers to the construction industry – can benefit from green buildings.
Companies face considerable legal risk if they fail to address potential human rights violations in their supply chains. Farzana Aslam, Chair of Justice Centre HK, explains what this means for Hong Kong companies.
Global trends including urbanisation, climate change and shifts in economic power have profound implications for companies’ sustainable success. Simon Lee explores how some are turning these risks into competitive advantages.
Prof. Alfred Chan, Chairperson of the Equal Opportunities Commission, shares insights from their recent research on age discrimination at work and explains the business benefits of creating age-smart workplaces.
Bertus Tulleners of TheRockGroup explains how the circular economy can provide efficient solutions to Hong Kong’s waste problem while creating new business opportunities.
Hong Kong is ageing rapidly. Through their products and services, companies can play a key role in ensuring elders’ needs are met as part of an inclusive and sustainable business strategy.
Ir. Albert Lai, CEO of Carbon Care Asia and Head of the Hong Kong NGO Delegation to COP21, shares his thoughts on the Paris Agreement and its implications for Hong Kong.