Sustainability Beyond Borders
2-3 June | Bangkok
Tan Sri Dr. Fong Chan Onn, Chairman of Enterprise Asia, former Minister of Human Resources and Chairman of Sustainable Energy Development Authority, Malaysia
Dr. Wijarn Simachaya, Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment, Thailand
Keynote Address 1 – Overviewing trends converging on global sustainability and corporate disclosure strategies
Rapee Sucharitkul, Secretary-General, Securities and Exchange Commission, Thailand
Keynote Address 2 – Creating an organization with social purpose through industry-wide alliances
Rob Coombs, President and Chief Executive Officer, Asia Pacific, Interface, Singapore
Panel Discussion 1
Accrediting stakeholders to be “Ambassadors” for sustainability
- Lt. General Sudhir Sharma, Advisor, Enterprise Asia; Former Quartermaster General, Indian Army, India
- Chaiwat Kovavisarach, President, The Bangchak Petroleum Public Company Limited, Thailand
- Caroline Link, President, B. Grimm Real Estate, B.Grimm Group, Thailand
- Victor Tay, Board Member, United Nations Sustainable Development Network, President, Association for Persons with Special Needs Singapore, Singapore
- Tracy Nilsson, Senior Director, Social Environmental Affairs, Adidas Group, Hong Kong
Keynote Address 3 – Embracing Circular Innovation to build a Circular Economy: The role of a social purpose business shifting towards Circular Economy
Graham Ross, CEO and Founder, Kusaga Athletic, Australia
Panel Discussion 2
Sustainable Development Goals SDGs:
Reshaping business and aligning business strategies with SDG and integrating SDG into heart of operations
Tan Sri Ahmad Fuzi Abdul Razak, former Secretary-General of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Malaysia;
Secretary General of World Islamic Economic Forum, Advisor to Enterprise Asia, Malaysia
- Honorable Congresswoman Gwendolyn Garcia, Deputy Speaker of the House of Representative of the Philippines, Advisor to Enterprise Asia, Philippines
- Dr. Eugene Chien, Former Minister of Foreign Affairs of Taiwan, Advisor to Enterprise Asia, Taiwan
- Stefanos Fotiou, Director, Environment and Development Division, United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific, Thailand (TBC)
- Dr. Naoki Adachi, Founder and CEO, Response Ability Inc. Executive Director, Japan Business Initiative for Biodiversity, Japan
Best Practice Showcase 1
Best Practice Showcase 2
Engaging with consumers about your sustainability journey, and making them to be a part of the ecosystem.
Panel Discussion 3
Building innovation to meet key sustainability challenges and realigning landscape for a responsible business
- Datuk Seri Dr. Victor Wee, former Secretary-General, Ministry of Tourism; Advisor, Enterprise Asia, Malaysia
- Dr. Niven Huang, General Manager of KPMG Sustainability Consulting Co. Ltd, Taiwan
- Stuart Hawkins, Global Sustainability Director, Coca-Cola ASEAN, Thailand
- Dr. Darian McBain, Group Director for Sustainable Development, Thai Union, Thailand
Best Practice Showcase 3
Summation and Closing of the International CSR Summit 2017
Datuk Seri Dr. Victor Wee, Advisor, Enterprise Asia, Malaysia
Responsible ESG Reporting Workshop
Sustainability is an essential and indispensable part of a company. Stakeholders are gradually holding companies accountable for their Environmental, Social and Governance performance of their business. There is a growing realisation that without proper handling of ESG could result in significant damages, especially when Asia is gradually strengthening its regulatory mechanisms and it will become a mainstream phenomenon. By reporting ESG performance, this could be an opportunity for Asian businesses to make a difference in the world by achieving sustainability, and integrating sustainability report into business strategies. this will become a tool to draw a roadmap to their business performance.
ESG Reporting: Background, Why, What
- Why ESG reporting.
- Status of ESG reporting.
- ESG Reporting requirement or mandate: what is required for reporting.
ESG Reporting Guidelines
- Country specific guidelines.
ESG Reporting: Internal Capacity And How
- Identify the job owner.
- Set up an ESG reporting taskforce.
- Scoping, defining responsibility, effective reporting process including training.
- Materiality identification and stakeholder engagement – Working out a list of key stakeholders.
- ESG data management system.
- Leveraging external resource.
Reporting Quality And Assurance: How To Make A Good Report
- Reporting quality.
- Assurance: AA1000
- Assurance: ISAE 3000
- Why a must for stakeholder engagement.
- Recognizing the most appropriate tools and methods to help with engagement.
- Create a stakeholder engagement plan to assist the engagement mechanism.
- Diagnosing the main concerns and expectations from members and stakeholders through actionable action plan.
Benchmarking The Scope Of Reporting
- Identifying the reporting requirements and risks associated.
- Determining the scope of reporting boundary.
- Recording information per the scope which based on compliance.
- Elaborate the reasons if any changes in scope from the previous years.
ESG Disclosure Requirements and Structuring Good ESG Reporting
- Exploring the factors for the report.
- Structuring the report as per the scope and action plan.
- Identifying toolkits for assessment and disclosure.
- Rectifying gaps for lack of adequate data.
- Identifying relevant ESG issues for disclosure.
Tracking and Monitoring Data
- Approaches in collecting data for KPIs and transforming data to deliver ESG reporting.
- Supervising and monitoring data to ensure that action plan and targets are met.
- Share data with both internal and external stakeholders.
Networking Session & End of Workshop
**Topics covered in workshop are subject to change