News Impact Talk - Sustainable Journalism: Cutting through the Greenwashing

Paya Lebar Quarters, Paya Lebar Quarters
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Singapore Press Club hour-long News Impact lunchtime talks series are sessions where we speak to media professionals on topics of news impact.

Join this exclusive panel session that will dive into the good, the bad, and the ugly side of sustainability journalism. What role does the media play in driving climate change actions? How do journalists tackle issues such as greenwashing? And how can brands successfully work with journalists to make a difference? Hear from veteran and multi-award winning journalists and professionals with expertise in sustainability/ ESG discussing these hot button topics and much more.

11.30am    Registration 
12.00pm    Lunch (light sandwich lunch set and a drink will be served to in-person  attendees) 
12.30pm    Welcome by Singapore Press Club. Panel Discussion and Q&A 
1.45pm      Networking 
2.30pm      End

 List of Speakers:

  • Rachel Kelly, moderator, hosts weekly sustainability investment show Eco Money on Money FM 89.3 CDL -Singapore Press Club Sustainability Journalism Award 2023 winner
  • Esther An, chief Sustainability Officer, city Developments Limited Named by Reuters as one of 25 trailblazing women leaders in climate 2023
  • Ch’ng Li-Ling, founding partner, RHTLaw Asia; Co-leads its ESG Practice, and heads its Financial Services (Regulatory) and Fintech Practice
  • Quentin Fouesnant, managing director, Sustainability Solutions Zuno Carbon, a startup providing end-to-end carbon and ESG management solutions
  • Robin Hicksassociate editor, eco-Business Reports on latest sustainability trends in Asia Pacific
  • Jasmine Tuan, co-founder of Cloop, a recycling and upcycling enterprise; member of the Robb Report Singapore Thought Leaders community

In-Person Venue: Paya Lebar Quarters, exact details to be advised

Online: Zoom meet link will be advised (zoom attendees to login at 12.30pm)

Please register your interest to attend by 16 October 2023. Seats are available on a first-to-commit basis due to room capacity. If you cannot attend physically, do register to login via zoom to view the session online.

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