• 1415 - 1500
  • Day 2 : 20 October 2022

Track 3:
Recognizing Nature’s Value

Ecosystems constitute the abundance of natural capital that is needed to sustain communities and businesses. Failure to ascribe the right value to natural capital would misguide the policy and society would be worse off due to the misallocation of resources.

Adrian Choo

Executive Director, High Carbon
Stock Approach (HCSA), Malaysia

Nosrat Ravichandaran

Malaysia Project Lead,
Lestari Capital, Singapore/Malaysia

Katia Bonga

Manager, Redefining Value World
Business Council for Sustainable Development,

Charmaine Chee

Forest Stewardship Council® (FSC®),

Track 4:
The Linear Economy is dead! Circularity is vital for companies to reach climate, nature and equity goals

Moving away from the linear economy, the ‘take-make-waste’ practices, brings in opportunities for business owners to increase the company’s resiliency by creating new values for the company itself and its customers, and at the same time meeting the climate, nature and equity goals.

Machiel van Stralen

Deputy Head of Economic Section, Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, Netherland

Timothy Ong Wye Ern

Head of Circular BioEconomy Unit, Malaysian Investment Development Authority (MIDA), Malaysia

Dr. Hezri Adnan

Executive Director, Malaysian, Institute of Economic Research, Malaysia

Francesco Floris

Trade Counsellor, Delegation of the European Union to Malaysia, European Union

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