How will sustainable growth and environmental protection be achieved as Asia’s primacy increases?
Sustainable Business Australia (our stream partner) has arranged this stream’s program, so you will be treated to insights from the industry’s top speakers.
Managing the environment is now influenced by political will, decision-making based on economics, global uncertainty and social pressures such as the rise of the middle class across Asia.
Does the model of state capitalism offer hope or challenge for sustainability? How will business respond to these new paradigms?
The ‘Sustainability in the Asian century’ stream at EcoForum gives business leaders and professionals a chance to openly discuss how ‘business as usual’ will need to shift to accommodate sustainable growth and environmental protection in the Asia–Pacific.
Session attendees will experience an inspirational keynote speaker that will set the tone and challenge listeners, explore options for change during a ‘mind spa’, network with other professionals and speakers informally and using a ‘mind map’, and hear from local and international experts about fresh and innovative approaches.
Have you registered yet?
With only five weeks until EcoForum 2012, it’s time for you to register. You can register online, or by printing the registration form and faxing/emailing it back to us.
There are still seats available for the ALGA Dinner on Wednesday ($99) and EcoForum Dinner on Thursday ($129). EcoTours range from $33–55. Out-of-town delegates can stay at the Citigate Central Hotel, Sydney, for $175. These prices include GST.
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