• 1500 - 1515
  • Day 2 : 20 October 2022

Track 3:
Food Systems: Understanding Interconnectedness and Complexity

Understand the interconnectedness of climate change, natural resources, policy and socio-economic elements in the food systems, to unpack the complexity of food security issues.

Prof. Datin Paduka Dr. Fatimah Mohamed Arshad

Laboratory of Agricultural and Food Policy Studies, Universiti Putra Malaysia
Senior Fellow, Institute for Democracy and Economic Affairs (IDEAS), Malaysia

Track 4:
Embedding Sustainability into Supply Chain

More and more companies have pledged to work only with suppliers that adhere to social and environmental standards and aspire to create a cascade of sustainable practices that flow smoothly throughout the supply chain. Embedding sustainability in supply chain management allows us to reduce the environmental and social impacts of products throughout their life cycles.

Stefano Savi

Director, Global Platform for Sustainable Natural Rubber, Singapore

David Lantz

Director of Driving the Shift (more sustainable transport system), Scania Southeast Asia, Malaysia

Dr. S.Sri Umeswara

Executive Director, Dialog Eseco Sdn Bhd

Shanta Helena Dwarkasing

Director of Programs, UN Global Compact Network Malaysia & Brunei (UNGCMYB)

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