• 1500 - 1545
  • Day 1 : 19 October 2022

Track 1:
Net-zero buildings: Where do we stand?

Global decarbonization trajectories indicate that the building industry needs to reduce annual GHG emissions by 50% by 2030 if it is to reach net-zero by mid-century. It is crucial for this sector to adopt a whole life-cycle approach to assessing the greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from buildings to achieve the climate goals of the Paris Agreement.

Esther An

Chief Sustainability Officer City Developments Limited (CDL), Singapore

Dr Yasmin Rasyid

Sustainability Director, Lendlease, Malaysia

Goh Joon Sai

Associate, Arup, Malaysia

Joe Phelan

Executive Director Asia Pacific & Member Extended Leadership Group, Malaysia

Track 2:
Thinking big: Scaling up hydrogen for climate & business growth

Low-carbon hydrogen will play a critical role in bringing hard-to-abate sectors to the forefront in the race to zero. It is important to accelerate the deployment of hydrogen with the lowest possible carbon intensity and create a global hydrogen market to achieve a decarbonized, secure and affordable future.

Prof. Dato’ Ir. Dr. Wan Ramli Wan Daud

Principal Research Fellow, University of Malaya, Founding President, Malaysian Association of Hydrogen Energy (MAHE), Malaysia

Dr. Rezal Khairi Ahmad

Chief Executive Officer, Nano

Wan Nadia Kamarudin

Technical Specialist, Malaysian
Green Technology and Climate Change Corporation, Malaysia

Roberto Benetello

Executive Director, Business Council for
Sustainable Development, Malaysia

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