Ideas for a Better World Forum: John Elkington

The SIF’s fifth Ideas for a Better World Forum featuring world-renowned authority on sustainability practices, Mr John Elkington, was held on 27 Oct 2011.

Back: SIF Governor Lian Wee Cheow, SIF Governor Elim Chew, Mr Howard Shaw, A/P Simon Tay. (Front) British Council Director Mark Howard, SIF Governor Karen Ngui, Mr John Elkington, SIF Governor Jennifer Lewis, Mr Godevt van Hardenbroek
Professional trainer Tim Hamons does a visual mapping of the forum discussion
Mr Elkington challenges his audience to break the sustainability barrier
A recent sustainability survey also revealed that commitment to sustainability values is now considered a bigger factor in determining leadership
Cycling, packing food in reusable containers are some simple tasks we can do to play our part for the environment
The panel agreed that it is the everyday things which we do that count and add up to make a significant difference
Mr John Elkington discusses the need to develop our Future Quotient
SIF Governor and moderator Karen Ngui delivers the welcome remarks
The SIF’s fifth Ideas for a Better World Forum featuring world-renowned authority on sustainability practices Mr John Elkington was held on 27 Oct 2011
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