City Developments Limited (CDL), in partnership with H&M Conscious, presents the first Women4Green Impact Series on Sustainable Fashion.
The apparel industry accounts for 10% of global carbon emissions and remains the second largest industrial polluter, second only to oil.
The Ethical Fashion Report 2017, published by Baptist World Aid Australia, sheds light on what the industry and 106 fashion brands have been doing to address environment and labour issues.
Audience can look forward to learning more about sustainable fashion from Ms Wong Xin Yi, Sustainability Manager, H&M; Southeast Asia, who will share about the company’s efforts to counter fashion’s negative impact for a more sustainable fashion future.
Date: Friday, 18 August 2017
Time: 6.00pm - 8.00pm
Venue: Singapore Sustainability Academy, 180 Kitchener Road, Level 6 Skypark City Square Mall, Singapore 208539 (click here for directions)
This event is strictly by invitation. Seats are limited to the first 80 confirmed registrations.
Interested parties can join the Women4Green network, share your thoughts and enquire here.
Initiated by CDL, Women4Green is the first Singapore network for women in sustainability. Women4Green brings together women executives in the green industries who contribute to climate action, sustainable business, and social change. It will harness the collective knowledge and expertise of these female leaders to empower other women to incite meaningful change in areas such as green building, technology, energy, financing, consultancy and non-governmental organisations.