The Real Estate Society and Hong Kong Institute of Surveyors are co-organizing a guest seminar on ESG. Please find event details and the registration link below:
Registration (By noon, Sept 28)
90% of energy used in Hong Kong is building related. Globally the real estate and construction industry account for around 40% of greenhouse gas emissions. The real estate industry is rapidly learning to change with implications for every stage of the value chain, from building materials, construction, operation to finance and insurance.
About the Speaker
Sam Crispin leads Savills sustainability and ESG internal reporting and external consultancy in the Asia-Pacific region. He has more than 25 years’ experience in city development in mainland China including a range of ESG-related topics such as sponge cities, healthcare and education projects.
His involvement in sustainability dates from 1992 when his Bachelor’s Degree dissertation covered the environmental and social costs and benefits of the Three Gorges Dam, the world’s biggest hydropower project. He is a Chartered Surveyor and has a Master’s Degree in Corporate Environmental Governance from the University of Hong Kong.