BUILDING PROSPERITY THROUGH ECONOMIC, SOCIAL AND NATURAL CAPITAL
Prosperity is defined as a successful, flourishing, and thriving condition, most often in economic terms but increasingly in reference to health, happiness and the environment. To achieve prosperity, governments, business and civil society must look beyond today’s economic uncertainty and their actions need to be shaped and guided by a better understanding of the interrelatedness of our natural, economic and societal systems.
Leading companies recognise that while driving sustainable economic growth is an effective way to tackle global challenges, building long-term prosperity will require a more holistic approach to managing our economic, social and natural capital. All key to achieving a fair and equitable society and the environmental restoration of our planet.
The Responsible Business Forum on Sustainable Development will gather 600 business leaders, NGOs and policy-makers from around the world to share practical solutions for sustainable growth and creating shared value with economic, social and natural capital. Topics discussed will include disruptive innovation, equitable growth, the sustainable supply chain, clean energy access, next-level integrated reporting and harnessing the natural assets of cities.
High-level working groups across six sectors will produce actionable recommendations for building a more prosperous society and planet:
- Building & urban infrastructure
- Consumer goods
- Financial services
- Food, beverage and agriculture
- Renewable energy
With 150 global speakers and 600 attendees in total, this will be the largest and highest-level CSR and sustainable development conference ever held in Asia.
Please check out the site or contact us for more details, and book your place today.
Full delegate rate - SGD800/400