Thursday, 27 October 2016
Grand Hyatt Beijing
1, East Chang An Avenue, Beijing,
Many developed economies, during their period of rapid industrialisation, created wealth before environmental concerns arise. Today, China must balance the intricate interplay between economic growth and environmental sustainability in order to continue its growth trajectory and upgrade its industries.
Striking that delicate balance is a monumental challenge that calls for systematic reforms and transformation of the growth model. With visionary leadership and strategic policy initiatives such as the “Belt and Road” and the “Yangtze River Economic Belt”, positive changes awaits active participations from various stakeholders.
Jointly organised by the China Business Centre of NUS Business School and China’s Ministry of Environmental Protection, the forum gathers a broad spectrum of thought leaders to address pertinent issues China is facing towards a sustainable transformation, such as capital market reform and innovation, building sustainable cities, green financing, multilateral collaboration, and public private partnerships.