Connecting, Nurturing, Creating for Sustainable Environment

Board of Directors
   

Our strategic direction is governed by a board of directors drawn from leading multinational and local corporations. We also have the Executive Committee and the Membership Committee to focus on respective matters.
 

CHAIRMAN
Mr Richard Lancaster
Chief Executive Officer, CLP Holdings Limited (representing CLP Power Hong Kong Limited)

Richard Lancaster is Chief Executive Officer of CLP Holdings, the parent company of the CLP Group.

Mr Lancaster began his career in the power industry in Australia more than 30 years ago.  He is an engineer by training and was Managing Director of CLP Power Hong Kong prior to becoming CEO of CLP Holdings in September 2013.  Mr Lancaster has been spearheading CLP’s contribution to a greener Hong Kong through the adoption of a cleaner fuel mix and promoting technologies such as smart meters and electric vehicles charging facilities.

Besides serving in various subsidiary companies of the CLP Group as Director, Mr Lancaster has been a Director of Business Environment Council since 2012 and is a founding member of the Advisory Council of The Australian Chamber of Commerce Hong Kong & Macau. He is a Fellow of the Hong Kong Management Association and a council member of the World Business Council for Sustainable Development and a member of its Climate and Energy Cluster Board.  He is also chairman of the Hong Kong Membership Committee of the UN-accredited World Energy Council.


IMMEDIATE PAST CHAIRMAN
Professor John Chai
Managing Director, Fook Tin Group Holdings Limited (representing Fook Tin Technologies Limited)


Professor John Chai is the Managing Director of Fook Tin Group Holdings Ltd. and a Member of the Supervisory Board of its wholly owned subsidiaries – Terraillon SAS (France), Scaime SAS (France) and Arpege Master K SAS (France).  Prior to joining the Fook Tin Group, Prof Chai was a full time professor at Northwestern University. He is presently a Professor Emeritus of Northwestern University, an Honorary Professor of the Faculty of Dentistry, University of Hong Kong and an Honorary Professor of the Interdisciplinary Division of Biomedical Engineering, Hong Kong Polytechnic University.

 

BOARD OF DIRECTORS
(in alphabetical order of company names)

Mr Wilson Fung
Executive Director, Corporate Development, Airport Authority Hong Kong


Mr Fung holds a Bachelor Degree in Social Science (First Class Honours). Mr Fung was appointed as the Executive Director, Corporate Development of the Airport Authority Hong Kong (“AAHK”) in August 2010. His is responsible for the development and implementation of AAHK’s corporate strategy, particularly through the airport master planning process and the evolution of AAHK’s sustainability and community investment strategies. Before joining the AAHK, Mr Fung was the Executive Director of Hong Kong Productivity Council between 2006 and 2010. He has had over 20 years of experience in public administration. He joined the civil service as an Administrative Officer in 1985 and has since served in various Government policy bureaux and departments. His experience stretches from civil aviation policies and air services negotiations to trade, lands and city planning and housing policies.


Mr Chris Chan
Corporate Public Affairs Director, Sadara Chemical Company (representing Dow Chemical Pacific Limited)

Mr Chris Chan is Corporate Public Affairs director for Sadara Chemical Company (Sadara), a US$20 billion joint venture between The Dow Chemical Company (Dow) and Saudi Aramco, the state-owned oil company of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. In this role, he is responsible for supporting the success of Sadara through formulating and implementing an effective Public Affairs strategy to help create a positive reputation, a strong corporate culture and a favorable business environment for Sadara.

Another key focus for Mr Chan is to build a capable and committed Sadara Public Affairs organization and put in place systems and processes to ensure sustained, world class performance.

Mr Chan joined Dow in Hong Kong as Public Affairs director for the Pacific Area in February 2000. He was named Public Affairs director for Greater China in July 2004, following the establishment of Greater China as a dedicated growth region within Dow. He assumed additional responsibilities to cover the rest of Asia Pacific in April 2006. As Public Affairs director for Dow Asia Pacific and Greater China, he was responsible for developing and driving Dow's Public Affairs strategies across the entire geographic area.

Mr Chan was named global Business Public Affairs director for Dow Epoxy & Specialty Chemicals in March 2008 and was appointed Business Public Affairs director for Performance Products & Systems, Asia Pacific Manufacturing & Engineering and Mega Projects in June 2009. He was appointed Public Affairs director, Corporate Communications, Mega Projects and Asia Pacific Manufacturing & Engineering in February 2010. He was named to his current position in March, 2012.

Prior to joining Dow, he had held Public Affairs leadership positions in a number of multinational corporations and local conglomerates including IBM, Ericsson and CLP Power.  Mr. Chan holds an honors diploma in Communications from the Hong Kong Baptist College and an MBA from the University of Hull, United Kingdom.


Ir Prof Daniel M Cheng MH, JP
Managing Director, Dunwell Enviro-Tech (Holdings) Limited

Ir Prof Daniel M. Cheng, MH, JP is the Managing Director of Dunwell Enviro-Tech (Holdings) Ltd, Chairman of Federation of Hong Kong Industries and Founding President of the Hong Kong Environmental Industries Association. Ir Prof Cheng is a Fellow of Hong Kong Institute of Engineers and also Registered Professional Engineer. Prof Cheng is currently Board member of Business Environment Council, Deputy Chairman of HK Green Strategy Alliance Member. For HKSAR Government, he is also serving as Council Member of Hong Kong Trade Development Council, Member of Advisory Committee on Recycling Fund, Member of Advisory Committee on Water Resources and Quality of Water Supplies, Chairman of Working Group on Water Resources, Member of Economic Development Commission. Ir Prof Cheng was the member of Hong Kong Productivity Council (2009–2015) and Vocational Training Council (2011–2015), he was also the Past Chairman of Hong Kong Waste Management Association.
 

Mr Anthony Small
Director, Gammon Construction Limited

Mr Anthony Small is a Director of Gammon a multi-disciplined construction and civil engineering business based in Hong Kong with operations throughout Southeast Asia. Mr Small is the Director responsible for Sustainability and Environment Strategy as well as safety, security and audit. Mr Small is a Building Services Engineer and held a number of technical and management positions before moving into the safety, quality and environmental fields.  He first came to Hong Kong in 1997 to work on the Airport Core Programme and then worked in the UK and Europe on rail infrastructure projects. In 2010 Mr Small joined Gammon from Balfour Beatty a shareholder of Gammon where he previously held similar positons.
 

Mr Randy Yu
General Manager – Community Relations, Henderson Land Development Company Limited

Mr Randy Yu is General Manager – Community Relations of Henderson Land Development Company Limited, steering initiatives in environmental protection, corporate citizenship and community relations.

Mr Yu is a Chartered Surveyor who possesses over 30 years of experience in construction and property development. He was also a lecturer at the University of Reading (UK), Greenwich University (UK) and the University of Hong Kong, teaching subjects in construction field. In recent years, Mr Yu has dedicated a significant proportion of his time in community works. He is the Vice-Chairman of Islands District Council, he is also a member of Environment Bureau’s Energy Advisory Committee, Development Bureau’s Lantau Development Advisory Committee, Home Affairs Bureau’s Youth Program Coordinating Committee, and many more public advisory bodies.  He was appointed Justice of the Peace on 1 July 2010 and was awarded a Medal of Houour on 1 July 2015.

Mr Randy Yu is currently a Board Director of the BEC, representing Henderson Land Development Company Limited. He is also serving as the Chairman of BEC Communication and Membership Committee since 24 Sept 2015. He was a Board Director of the BEC from 16 Jun 2011 to 18 Feb 2015, representing another listed company and was the Chairman of the BEC Communication and Membership Committee from 7 March 2014 to 18 Feb 2015.
 

Mr Victor Kwong
Chairman - Environmental Working Committee, The Hong Kong and China Gas Company Limited


Mr Victor Kwong is the Chairman of Corporation’s Environmental Working Committee and Head of Corporate Health, Safety & Environment.

Towngas is in a leading position in the energy industry in Hong Kong and greater China region. Towngas have more than 220 projects, including piped city-gas projects, upstream and midstream gas projects, water and wastewater treatment schemes as well as new energy exploration and utilisation ventures as well as telecommunication.

Mr Victor Kwong has more than 30 years of experience in the areas of occupational health, safety and environmental protection. He is responsible for the development and implementation of proactive safety and environmental management systems of the Corporation. 

Mr Kwong is the President of the Federation of Occupational Safety and Health Associations.  He is also the co-opted member of CIC Committee on Construction Safety and member of Labour Advisory Board – Committee on Occupational Safety and Health and Director of Business Environment Council.

Mr Kwong is a Registered Safety Officer in Hong Kong, Chartered Member of IOSH in UK and Certified Safety Professional of USA.


Mr T C Yee
General Manager (Corporate Development), The Hongkong Electric Company Limited

Mr Yee joined HK Electric after graduation, working primarily on local and overseas power project management and construction. He took up a management role in investments outside Hong Kong for the Group between 2005 and 2008. At present, he is leading 3 separate teams in Planning & Regulation, Environmental Affairs and Energy & Performance. His main responsibility covers regulatory business and initiatives, sustainable strategic developments, and power plant fuel management. He is a Registered Professional Engineer and a corporate member of The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers, The Institution of Engineering & Technology UK, and The Institution of Engineers Australia respectively.

 

Dr Eric Su
General Manager - Engineering, Hongkong International Terminals Limited (HIT)

In his role as General Manager – Engineering, Dr Su oversees the procurement and maintenance of cranes, equipment and facilities of HIT.  He is also the Chairman of the Environmental Steering Committee of the company.  Dr Su has led the civil construction and equipment procurement in various container ports of China, including Shanghai, Shenzhen and Suzhou.  Under Dr Su’s management, the first container port in China with full utilization of electricity-powered rubber-tyred gantry crane was built in 2007.

Dr Su is a professional engineer specializing in container terminal development.  He holds a Doctor of Business Administration degree and an Executive MBA degree from the City University of Hong Kong, and a Bachelor of Science (Engineering) degree from the University of Hong Kong.  He is a Fellow Member of the Hong Kong Institution of Engineers, a Member of the Institution of Civil Engineers (UK) and a Member of the Institution of Structural Engineers (UK).  He is also a co-author of the book “Operational Risk Management in Container Terminals”.
 

Mr Andy Yeung
Head of Technical Services and Sustainability, Hongkong Land Limited

Andy Yeung is Head of Technical Services and Sustainability of Hong Kong Land Limited. He is responsible for Technical Services Management and Sustainability Management for the company.

He graduated from the University of Hong Kong with a bachelor degree in engineering and later on obtained a master degree in Environmental Management.

He is a Chartered Engineer and possesses more than 20-years technical services, energy management, sustainability, and management experience through his work in a number of key property companies.

 

Mr Wilson Kwong
Chief Executive, The Jardine Engineering Corporation, Limited (representing Jardine Matheson Group) 


Mr Wilson Kwong is the Chief Executive of Jardine Engineering Corporation (JEC). He joined the Jardine Matheson Group in 1998, and has worked in Jardine Aviation Services, the Jardine Matheson Head Office, and Hongkong Land. As part of an exchange programme, Mr Kwong was also seconded to the HKSAR Government to work in the then Information Technology and Broadcasting Bureau. Prior to joining JEC, Mr Kwong was Chief Executive Officer of Raffles Quay Asset Management, a Hongkong Land’s joint venture company overseeing One Raffles Quay and Marina Bay Financial Centre in Singapore.

Mr Kwong holds a B.Sc. in Economics from the London School of Economics and Political Science, an MBA from the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, an M.Sc. in Real Estate from the University of Reading, United Kingdom, and a Juris Doctor from the Chinese University of Hong Kong. Mr Kwong is a Member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors, a Member of the Hong Kong Institute of Directors, a Director of the Business Environment Council, a Co-opted Member of the Hospital Governing Committee of Queen Mary Hospital and Tsan Yuk Hospital, as well as a member of the Committee on Management and Supervisory Training of the Vocational Training Council.
 

Mrs Margaret Brooke
Chief Executive Officer, Professional Property Services Limited

Mrs Margaret Brooke is a chartered surveyor and CEO of Professional Property Services Limited which is a specialist real estate consultancy based in Hong Kong and providing a selected range of advisory services across the Asia Pacific Region. She has over 25 years’ experience of working in the region undertaking a wide range of consultancy projects with current assignments in Hong Kong, Mainland China and Myanmar.

Mrs Brooke is the Chair of the Best Practice Committee of the Harbour Business Forum and is the representative of the Business Environment Council on the Hong Kong Harbourfront Commission. She is Chair of Pacific Alliance China Land Limited, and also Chair of Heritage Hong Kong Foundation, a member of the Executive Committee of the Hong Kong Girl Guides Association and Co-founder/Corporate Director of Very Hong Kong.  


Ms Joanna Chow
General Manager – Commercial, Shell Hong Kong Limited


Ms Joanna Chow is the General Manager – Commercial in Shell Hong Kong. She joined Shell after her graduation from the University of London with a degree on B Sc Management Science in 1984. Since then she had held various positions in the Sales & Marketing of oil products within the organization. During her career in Shell, she also had the opportunities of working in Shell Australia and Shell China in the Retail & Lubricants lines of business respectively. In her current position, she is responsible for managing the sales & marketing of bulk fuels & LPG products to major industries in HK & Macau including road & marine transport, manufacturing, food & beverages, hotels, power & government. She manages a team of professional sales & marketing people providing high quality products and services to their prestigious customers.

Mr Eric Chong
President & CEO, Siemens Ltd

Eric Chong currently serves as President & CEO of Siemens Ltd. since 2011. Mr Chong is leading the overall strategy for the nine divisions focusing on the areas of electrification, automation and digitalization and driving infrastructure projects and sustainable solutions in the field of energy, healthcare, buildings, power distribution and industry for Hong Kong and Macao.

Siemens is a global technology powerhouse with more than 165 years of history. The company is one of the world’s largest producers of energy-efficient technologies and is a pioneer in infrastructure solutions as well as automation, drive and software solutions for industry. As a senior executive for more than 20 years, Mr Chong has worked at various countries in Asia, including 10 years in China.

Mr Chong is currently a member of the Board of Directors of Business Environment Council (BEC) and is serving as the Chair of Climate Change Business Forum, an advisory group under BEC dedicated to raising awareness of Climate Change among businesses. He is also member of the HKTDC Electronics / Electrical Appliances Industries Advisory Committee since 2015.

Mr Chong started his career in Singapore with GEC Plc of UK before joining Siemens in North East Asia region.  He received his education in Singapore and Australia with degrees in Electronics Engineering and Business Administration.  In addition, he holds a MBA from Henley Management College, UK.


Mr Tony Miller
Senior Consultant, Sun Hung Kai Properties Limited

Mr Tony Miller is Chairman of Hong Kong Business Aviation Centre Ltd, and a Non-executive Director of Transport International Holdings Ltd, RoadShow Holdings Ltd and SmarTone Telecommunications Holdings Ltd.

A former senior civil servant, Mr Miller retired from the Hong Kong Government in February 2007 as Permanent Representative of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of China to the World Trade Organisation in Geneva. Key positions held prior to that include Permanent Secretary for Financial Services and the Treasury (2002-04), Director of Housing and Chief Executive of the Housing Authority (1996-2002), Director-General of Trade (1993-96), Director of Marine (1991-93), and Information Coordinator (1989-91).

 

Mr Samuel Kwong
Group Sustainable Development Manager, John Swire & Sons (H.K.) Ltd (representing Swire Pacific Limited)

Samuel Kwong is responsible for matters relating to sustainability including environmental protection, workplace conditions, and community investment & partnership initiatives in Swire. He joined Swire in 2005 to establish the sustainability team in Swire Beverages, a strategy bottling partner of The Coca-Cola Company, and represented Swire on the Coca-Cola Environment & Safety Council. He is now leading Swire's committees and working groups in developing group strategies and facilitating best practice sharing on various sustainability issues including energy efficiency, environment, occupational safety and supply chain sustainability. Mr Kwong is active in the professional arena and is currently the Vice Chairman of the South China Environmental and Safety Management Association and the Immediate Past Chairman of the Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management Hong Kong.

Prior to joining Swire, Mr Kwong has been with the railway company in developing the West Rail and Kowloon South Link and with the consultancy specializing in environmental management system implementation and auditing. He is a Principal Environmental Auditor and a Lead EMS Auditor under the Institute of Environmental Management and Assessment, Chartered Engineer under the Engineering Society UK, Chartered Water and Environment Manager and a Certified Monitoring and Verification Professional under the Association of Energy Engineers. Mr Kwong is a Civil Engineer by training and has a Bachelor of Engineering degree and a Master of Philosophy degree from The University of Hong Kong, a Master of Science degree from ENTPE, France, a Master of Business Administration from The Chinese University of Hong Kong and a Bachelor of Laws from The University of London.


Dr Raymond Yau
General Manager, Sustainable Development, Swire Properties Limited

Dr Raymond Yau joined Swire Properties Limited as General Manager, Sustainable Development in January 2016, leading the Department of Technical Services and Sustainability to work on their new and existing property portfolios globally in pursuit of sustainability. 

Before joining Swire, Dr Yau was Arup Fellow and director of Arup in Hong Kong, an international engineering consultant, with over 28 years of experience on the design of sustainable and environmental friendly buildings, and infrastructure and on sustainability consulting across the globe. Dr Yau received the Innovation Award for the Engineering Industry from the Hong Kong Institute of Engineers in 2013 on Construction Category of the Champion Project CIC Zero Carbon Building for his role as the Principal Investigator.

Dr Yau is currently a Director of Business Environment Council in 2016 -2018. He was a director of Hong Kong Green Building Council, regional vice-chair of ASHRAE Region 13 and past president of ASHRAE Hong Kong Chapter. Dr Yau was Honorary Professor of the University of Hong Kong and is presently Guest Professor of Chongqing University, China.
 

Hon Frankie Yick, JP
Director, Wharf Limited (representing Wheelock & Company, Limited)

Mr Yick Chi Ming, Frankie, joined Wharf group in 1994. He is now responsible for, inter alia, overseeing the Wharf group’s public transport and terminals portfolio. Mr Yick has extensive industrial and management experience in the public transportation and logistics industry, and is a member of the Legislative Council of Hong Kong representing the Transport Functional Constituency.  He holds directorships in various Wharf group companies. Mr Yick is a non-executive director of Harbour Centre Development Limited (stock code: 51) and The “Star” Ferry Company, Limited and also a director of Modern Terminals Limited, all being subsidiaries of Wharf. He is also a director of Hong Kong Air Cargo Terminals Limited which is an associate of Wharf. Other than the private sector, Mr Yick has also been appointed as a Board member of the Airport Authority Hong Kong since 1 June 2014.

Mr Yick is a chartered engineer. He holds a Bachelor Degree in Industrial Engineering awarded by The University of Hong Kong and a Master Degree in Industrial Management awarded by The University of Birmingham, UK.    
 

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