EVENTS

Seminars

MEM Seminars, 2014-15

Date

Seminars

17 Apr 2015

“HEINEKEN – Making Sustainability a Business Imperative”
• Ms Janet Neo, Regional Sustainability Lead, HEINEKEN Asia Pacific
• Mr Kalpesh Tejani, Regional Technical Support Manager, HEINEKEN Asia Pacific

10 Apr 2015

“Sustainability and Entrepreneurship”
Professor Cheng-Guan Michael Quah, Director, NUS Energy Office; Executive Advisor, NUS Enterprise

27 Mar 2015

A MEM Seminar Series Double Feature:
1. “Giving Animals a Voice” Ms. Anbarasi Boopal, Deputy Chief Executive, ACRES Wildlife Rescue Centre
2. “Sustainability at Singtel” Ms. Jasmine Ann Teo, Senior Manager, Group CSR, Singtel

06 Mar 2015

“Logistics Going Green: DeutschePost DHL and the environment”
Mr. Timothy Foote, International Trade-Lane Senior Manager and Head of Go Green at DHL ecommerce Asia Pacific

13 Feb 2015

“From Appreciation to Activism: a personal journey”
Dr. Vilma D’Rozario, Associate Professor, National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University

23 Jan 2015

“Sustainability Trends in the Oil and Gas Industry”
Ms. Karen Westley, General Manager for Non-Technical Risk, Shell’s Integrated Gas Business

07 Nov 2014

“Impact of Singapore’s Ecological Footprint on its Hinterlands”
Ms November Tan

17 Oct 2014

“Institutions and the Low-Carbon Transition”
Dr. Philip Andrews-Speed, Principal Fellow, Energy Studies Institute, NUS

10 Oct 2014

“Procrastination, Progress or Paradigm shift: will human efforts be enough to surmount their ecological crisis?”
Mr. Chris Tobias

03 Oct 2014

“UNFCCC Negotiation Landscape from Kyoto to Warsaw: road to Peru and Paris”
• Ms. Melissa Low, Senior Analyst, Energy Studies Institute, NUS
• Mr. Sandeep Chamling Rai, WWF International, Singapore

05 Sep 2014

“Personal Professional Responsibility and Sustainable Building”
Professor George Ofori, Director, M.Sc. (Environmental Management) Programme, NUS

29 Aug 2014

Screening of Documentary Film - “The Island President”

07 Aug 2014

“Rethinking Forest Conservation in Southeast Asia”
Dr. Sultana Bashir, Regional Conservation Manager for Asia, Birdlife International