Connecting, Nurturing, Creating for Sustainable Environment

EnviroSeries 08 – 14th Green China Forum

Jointly organised by Business Environment Council (BEC) and China Environmental Culture Promotion Association (CECPA), co-organised by InterCham Hong Kong, the 14th Green China Forum – Environmental Economy Policy and Sustainable Development of Pearl River Delta was successfully staged at Shenzhen Kylin Villa on 12 September 2008. 25 distinguished government, business and academic leaders spoke in the Forum, made it an interactive platform for over 200 delegates to facilitate dialogue and build consensus in a positive setting.

Please download the bilingual conference brochure (PDF format, 2,850 KB) and the acknowledgements brochure (PDF format, 1,986 KB), in which you can learn about the messages from organisations, bios of speakers and info of our sponsors and supporting organisations. You can also download the presentations from our speakers via the links below.

Pearl River Delta's Environmental Status and Regional Economic Development

Adopting Green Policy to Build Up a Sustainable Green Economy System (Chinese, PDF format, 1,795 KB)
Mr Zhuo Qin-Rui, Vice Mayor of Shenzhen Municipal Government

Coporate Social Responsibility and Pearl River Delta's Environmental Control

Building the Supply Chain for Future (PDF format, 1,577 KB)
Mr Jens-Martin Fertsch, Senior Director, Environmental Sustainability, Wal-Mart

Contributing Towards a Sustainable Economy - A Case Study on HSBC's Green Equipment Finance Innovation (PDF format, 1,934 KB)
Mr Roy Fan, Vice President Corporate Sustainability, Asia Pacific Region, HSBC

Environmental Economy Policy and Transformation of China Economic Development Model

The Cheapest, Quickest, and Most Dependable Ingredient for Greening China – Energy Efficiency (PDF format, 934 KB)
Mr Robert Allender, Managing Director, Energy Resources Management

Enhancing PRD Regional Environment and Corporate Sustainability through Environmental Management Reform (Chinese, PDF format, 1,926 KB)
Prof Zhang Shi-Qiu, Director, Peking University Environment and Economic Research Institute

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