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30 MARCH 2017
 

 
Conference Programme - Roundtable 2
Leadership Driving for the Sustainable Built Environment

The Roundtable Sessions at WSBE17 Hong Kong echo with the conference theme “Transforming Our Built Environment through Innovation and Integration: Putting Ideas into Action”. With Roundtable 1 emphasises “Ideas” on Emerging Perspectives for Transforming the Built Environment, Roundtable 2 will focus “Actions” and practice-focused viewpoints on Leadership Driving for the Sustainable Built Environment.

Taking place on 6 June (Day 2 afternoon), Roundtable 2 will gather international industry experts, policymakers and corporate leaders to discuss the importance of leadership and how various stakeholders could act to drive changes. The topics are:
  • The use of data to showcase outcomes and results to demonstrate environmental, financial and other benefits.
  • Decision-making tools to clarify and help leaders make sense of different types of challenges.
  • The case of Singapore and Hong Kong on how government leaders approached developing policies for sustainable buildings and environment.
  • Experience on how decisions have been made and what will continue to drive change.


Register NOW to secure your spot at these thought-provoking sessions!

Early Bird Rate at HK$4,800 for 3-day Conference & Exhibition (including Day 1 Networking Luncheon, all Coffee Breaks, Conference Kit) is available till 30 April.

For more details, please visit our Conference website.
 
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            WSBE17 Hong Kong is funded by Construction Industry Council.

   
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