Conference & Seminar Energy & Infrastructure F&B and Hospitality Sustainability & Responsibility

Addressing the Climate Emergency


Sodexo, 223 Mountbatten Road #02-18 223@Mountbatten,
398008

Language: English

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A dialogue with Sodexo & WWF

 

With global emissions reaching record levels and extreme weather the norm, calls for climate action are widespread.

Join Neil Barrett, Group Senior Vice President, Corporate Responsibility, Sodexo, and Kim Stengert, Chief, Strategic Communication and External Relations, WWF-Singapore, to discuss the challenges and opportunities in addressing the climate emergency through the lens of food, energy, and the circular economy.

Speakers

  • Neil Barret, Group Senior Vice President, Corporate Responsibility, Sodexo

Neil Barrett is Group Senior Vice President, Corporate Responsibility, Sodexo, one of the world’s leading Food Services & Facilities Management company. As the world leader in Quality of Life Services, Sodexo positively impacts one billion consumers worldwide. In September 2009, after 7 years as CEO Sodexo Australia and New Zealand, Neil moved to the newly created role of Vice President, Corporate Social Responsibility, Sodexo Remote Sites and Asia – Australia. In December 2010 he took on his present role, based at Sodexo’s headquarters in Paris and is responsible for the deployment of Sodexo’s corporate responsibility roadmap - Better Tomorrow 2025 throughout the business.

  • Kim Stengert, Chief, Strategic Communication & External Relations, WWF-Singapore

Kim Stengert is Chief, Strategic Communication and External Relations at WWF-Singapore (World Wide Fund for Nature Singapore), the world's largest conservation organisation with offices in about 100 countries.  Kim leads multi-stakeholder engagement at WWF-Singapore to address some of the region’s most complex environmental challenges, from haze to climate change and food. He advocates for policy commitments by businesses and governments, while driving behavioural changes amongst mass audiences. At WWF-Singapore, he has pioneered innovative approaches that tap into the digital – connected to drive conservation outcomes. Initiatives that he has led include an award-winning augmented reality rainforest experience with the ArtScience Museum and Google and multiple public campaigns to address haze in Singapore that have led to top businesses in Singapore committing to taking action on sustainable palm oil.

 

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