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SynTao
SynTao Co., Ltd. is a leading Beijing-based consultancy promoting sustainability and responsibility in the Asian region. We provide consulting, research and training services in Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and Socially
Julia Bakutis
Julia Bakutis is based in Shanghai where she holds the role Relations Responsible for H&M Sustainability. Julia strengthens H&M’s sustainability program and compliance work with increased stakeholder engagement and proactive
Hang Bao
Bao Hang is a toxics campaigner at Greenpeace East Asia. He specializes in water pollution prevention in China. Through research and policy analysis, Bao Hang works to improve China's water
John Batten
As the Global Water and Global Cities Director for Arcadis, John leads a global team dedicated to delivering outcomes that improve quality of life, safely and sustainably. John has more
Sam Bekemans
Sam Bekemans is research director at Sustainable Asia. He holds an MA in China Studies and Sustainable Development. Sam reported on Chinese current affairs for Belgian media, before dedicating himself
Asit Biswas
Prof. Asit K. Biswas is the founder of the Third World Centre for Water Management in Mexico, and currently is the Distinguished Visiting Professor at the Lee Kuan Yew School
Prof. Henning Bjornlund
Henning Bjornlund has been at the University of South Australia for more than 20 years. Since January 2015, he has been a Research Professor of Water Management and Policy. For
Sabine Blumstein
Sabine Blumstein is a project manager at adelphi – a German think tank and environmental consulting company. Her work focuses on international water cooperation, resource governance, vulnerability and adaptation to
Wen Bo
Wen Bo, Policy & Media Advisor for National Geographic Society (NGS). He served as the program director for NGS Air and Water Conservation Fund. He started writing articles on China's
Prof. Daniel Bodansky
Daniel Bodansky is Regents’ Professor at Arizona State University’s Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law. He served as Climate Change Coordinator at the U.S. State Department from 1999-2001).
Jon Boon
Jon Boon has worked in the pipeline industry since 1979; he is immediate Past Chairman of the CHKSTT and past Chairman of the UKSTT. His career has involved work
Dr. Peter Bosshard
Dr. Peter Bosshard is the Policy Director of International Rivers. A Swiss citizen, he has worked to strengthen the social and environmental standards of governments, financiers and private investors for
Christine Boyle
Christine Boyle is a recent Fulbright Fellow at the Chinese Academy of Science’s Centre for Chinese Agricultural Policy and a doctoral candidate in University of North Carolina’s programme in environmental
Robert Brears
Robert is an RL Expert on Water and Sustainability, Founder of Mitidaption and an Associate Fellow at the NFG 'Asian Perceptions of the EU' at the Free University of Berlin.
Scott Brix
Scott Brix is the Director of Marketing with DuPont’s Textile Enzyme Group. Scott has over 20 years of commercial experience in the application of enzymes to food, beverages, cleaning, grain,
Melissa Brown
Melissa Brown is Managing Director at IDFC where she looks at private equity and Fund of Funds investments in Asia. She was, until recently Executive Director of ASrIA, Asia’s leading
Brione Bruce
Brione Bruce is the Marketing and Communications Manager at Asia Clean Capital (ACC), a clean energy business that helps clients to cut building heating and air-conditioning costs, while significantly reducing
Nathaniel Bullard
Nathaniel Bullard is Director of Content at Bloomberg New Energy Finance, currently based in Hong Kong. Nathaniel is a clean energy expert, with experience across multiple sectors and markets.
Nina Cambadelis
Nina manages Veolia’s Corporate Social Responsibility in China, Japan and South Korea and plays a role of coordination for the rest of Asia. She is in charge of different activities
Navneet Chadha
Navneet Chadha is Principal Operations Officer with the International Finance Corporation's (IFC) Sustainable Business Advisory Services where he develops and leads programs in resource efficiency and clean energy for private
Jean-Marc Champagne
Jean-Marc worked for 17 years in the investment banking industry for Merrill Lynch in New York City in equities, Bank SinoPac, BNP Paribas and Jefferies in Hong Kong in equities
Wai-Shin Chan
Wai-Shin joined HSBC in 2011 as the Director for Climate Change Strategy in Asia Pacific. The role involves helping HSBC's clients prepare their portfolios for the effects of climate
Dr. Christine Chan
Dr. Christine Chan is the founder of Chan Environmental Consulting, a private advisory in climate and water risk and green finance, as well as the founder of Future of Finance,
Woody Chan
Born in Hong Kong, Woody graduated from the University of Cambridge in June 2016 with a BA in Geography. His travels across Eurasia pointed him towards the nexus between environmental
Giovanna Chandler
Giovanna Juarez Chandler is currently a graduate student at the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy in the National University of Singapore. Previously, she has worked in Mexico City
Prof. Wu Che
Prof. CHE Wu is a professor of Beijing University of Civil Engineering And Architecture. He is also a committee member of Green Building Council (China GBC), and a committee member
Rong Chen
Rong Chen has 20 years of diversified professional experience in China and abroad. For the past 11 years, she has been a task leader at International Finance Corporation (IFC) in
Yunnan Chen
Yunnan Chen is currently a Research Officer at the Institute of Development Studies, with the Rising Powers in International Development Programme. She is a former research intern and blogger at
An Chen
Mr. An Chen serves as project manager in TEDA Eco Center, and he is mainly responsible for industrial parks sustainable development consulting work-related, including waste management, information disclosure, carbon auditing,
Fan Chen
Fan Chen, Doctor of Medical Science, Director at Geo-Life, Inc. His responsibilities at Geo-Life are setting the policy for the organization, determining the organization’s programs and services as prescribed by
Daniel Cheng
Mr. Cheng is the Managing Director of Dunwell Enviro-Tech (Holdings) Ltd. and Deputy Chairman of the Federation of Hong Kong Industries, President of HK Environmental Industry Association and board member
Cheng Dongsheng
Dr. Cheng Dongsheng is a researcher of China Institute of Water Resources and Hydropower Research. He drafted most of the section on the current Chinese Approach to Water Permitting of
Chengzi Chew
Chengzi runs the serious gaming unit in DHI, an international not-for-profit research and consulting company specialising in water environments. He focuses on using serious games together with scientific numerical models,
Emily Chew
Emily Chew is a Vice President with MSCI ESG Research, leading a team of specialist analysts across the Asia-Pac region that research and rate company performance on environmental, social, and
Benita Chick
Benita has specialized skills and experience in diverse fields – environmental education and research, experiential learning outdoors and indoors; project management and partnership collaboration; community and volunteer services. She has
Zhang Chun
Zhang Chun is assistant editor in chinadialogue’s Beijing office. She holds a Master of Science in hydrology from Graduate University of Chinese Academy of Sciences. Zhang Chun joined chinadialogue in
Steve Clark
Steve Clark is the Senior Vice- President of SUEZ ENVIRONNEMENT Asia, Executive Director of Sino French Water Development Co. Ltd. as well as Chairman of the Board of the Macao
Johann Clere
Mr Clere is Veolia global director for business development and industrial markets and has more than 10 years experiences developing shared value creation initiatives worldwide around water with global leading
Anthony Clymo
Anthony Clymo has worked for BASF, the world’s leading chemical company, for 20 years and currently serves as the Vice President for Environment, Health, Safety and Security for the Asia
Jim Coburn
Jim Coburn is a senior manager at Ceres and directs a programme aimed at improving corporate disclosure of material climate risks and opportunities in securities filings. Ceres is a national
Paulina Concha
Paulina Concha studied a B.S. in Chemistry at the Instituto Tecnólogico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey (ITESM), Mexico from 2001-2005. After graduating, she worked at Procter & Gamble in
Malcolm Cooper
Malcolm Cooper is the Principal of Athena Research Consultancy and an Associate of Z/Yen.  He holds a D.Phil from Oxford University, and has held a variety of senior research posts
Tom Cooper
Tom Cooper, Corporate Water Programs Manager for Intel Corporation. Tom’s responsibilities are concentrated on Intel’s water policy and strategies as well as sustainable water and wastewater program development, long range
Lindsay Cooper
Lindsay Cooper is a co-founder of Arisaig Partners, a fund management company headquartered in Singapore with USD1.7 billion of funds under management. Previously, he was with Crosby Securities Asia Ltd,
Patrick Cox
Patrick Cox, AICP, Executive Director. Patrick Cox is the founder of Geo-Life, Inc. and has 33 years of experience in real world environmental protection and civil engineering design of drinking
Anna Creed
Anna is the Standards Manager Climate Bonds Initiative. A strategy specialist, Anna has significant experience advising on green growth and low carbon development. For the last 8 years, she
Lily Dai
Lily undertakes research on Chinese green bond issuance and policies, helps build connections with China and provides support for the Climate Bonds Standards work. Lily has recently competed an MSc in
James Dalton
James Dalton is the Coordinator of Global Initiatives and ad interim Director of the IUCN Global Water Programme based in IUCN Headquarters in Switzerland. Prior to IUCN he was based
Richard Damania
Richard Damania is the Global Lead Economist in the World Bank’s Water Practice. He leads the Practice’s work on analytical, advisory, and the operational engagements related to the role of
Nitin Dani
Nitin Dani is an architect by profession and an environmentalist at heart. He received his Bachelor in Architecture, from Bangalore, India and Masters in Strategic Design from Politecnico di Milano,
Dr. Christina Dean
Dr. Christina Dean is the founder and CEO of Redress, a Hong Kong based environmental NGO working to promote environmental sustainability in the fashion industry by reducing textile waste, pollution,
William Dean
William Dean is a Sales & Marketing Associate at Cambrian Innovation. Dean holds his B.A. in chemistry from Harvard University.
Tingting Deng
Deng Tingting is a toxics campaigner at Greenpeace East Asia. She specializes in water pollution, working to accelerate water quality improvement in China via policy analysis, on-site investigation and campaigning.
Simone Dettling
Simone manages the German Government’s Emerging Markets Dialogue on Green Finance, under which she and her team work with financial institutions from G20 Emerging Markets and Europe to integrate environmental
Dr. Marsha Dickson
Dr. Marsha Dickson is Irma Ayers Professor, Department of Fashion and Apparel Studies, University of Delaware. She is co-founder of Better Buying, an initiative aiming to support industry-wide transformation
Peter Dillon
Dr Peter Dillon leads the CSIRO Water for a Healthy Country Flagship's Sustainable Water Systems Stream.His primary research area is water recycling of stormwater and wastewater via aquifers. This research
Shan Shan Helen Ding
DING Shanshan, Project Manager of Green Supply Chain at Institute of Public and Environmental Affairs (IPE). Founded in 2006, IPE is committed to promoting governmental and corporate environmental information disclosure
Ron Dizy
Ron Dizy leads ENBALA. A veteran of high-growth technology companies, Ron focuses on the company’s overall strategic direction, value and growth. Ron most recently served as a partner at Celtic House
Luan Dong
Luan Dong is a Research Assistant at the Wilson Center’s China Environment Forum, facilitating the program’s many initiatives on water-energy nexus, U.S.-China energy and climate cooperation, and environmental impact of
Gayle Donohue
Gayle is an assurance partner with PwC serving major multi-national and domestic listed institutions. Originally from the UK, she transferred to Hong Kong in 2002. Gayle is leading PwC Hong
Howard Dryden
Dr. Howard Dryden is the founder of Dryden Aqua Ltd. The company was founded from his PhD research on molecular sieve ion exchange zeolitic sand filtration systems for closed
Loïc Dujardin
Loïc leads Sustainalytics’ research team in Singapore and contributes to the continued enhancement of the firm’s overall responsible investment research offerings. As a former senior analyst at Norges Bank Investment
Jill Dumain
As Director of Environmental Strategy for Patagonia, Jill Dumain travels extensively through Europe and the United States working collaboratively on industry-wide environmental initiatives and interfacing with other companies committed to
Mark Dwortzan
Mark Dwortzan is the Communications Officer for the MIT Joint Program on the Science and Policy of Global Change. For more than 15 years, he has produced print and web
Patricia Dwyer
Pat Dwyer is the Founder and Director of The Purpose Business and has over fifteen years sustainability leadership experience, most recently as Global head of CSR & Sustainability for Shangri-La
Nicholas Eckelberry
Nicholas Eckelberry is co-founder of OriginClear and continues to consult as its chief inventor. He is also consulting to OriginClear licensee, ECT Services & Solutions Inc., as it rolls out
Laura Ediger
Laura Ediger, Environmental Manager at Business for Social Responsibility (BSR), is closely involved with water quality and energy efficiency issues in southern China and is also connecting food and agricultural
Emil Efthimides
Emil Efthimides manages Bloomberg’s Environmental, Social and Governance data project.  He has 16 years’ experience with Bloomberg’s equity fundamentals, having managed European research and the company’s Quality Assurance department.  He
Civic Exchange
Civic Exchange is an independent public-policy think-tank based in Hong Kong. It undertakes research in air quality, nature conservation and the urban environment.
Li Fan
Mrs FAN Li, Senior Environmental Consultant of EBP Hong Kong Ltd. She holds a Master Degree in Environmental Technology from Imperial College London. She’s specialised in Environmental, Health, Safety and
Liu Feiqin
Feiqin Liu is a PhD student in Environmental and Resource Protection Law at the China University of Political Science and Law. She participated in the project of “Assessment of the enforcement
Dadi Feng
Director of Qiandeng Town (Kunshan City) Environmental Protection Office and Deputy Leader of Improvement Working Group of Kunshan City ‘2-6-3 Action Plan’ Office. For many years, he has worked on
Kuishuang Feng
Dr. Kuishuang Feng is a Research Assistant Professor at University of Maryland College Park. His research focuses on energy, carbon, water, and land accounting at different spatial scales (local, national,
Anne-Marie Fleury
Anne-Marie Fleury is the Director of ICMM's Environment and Climate Change work program, and is responsible for a number of environmental and community and social development projects. She has been
Vivian Forbes
Dr Vivian Louis Forbes is presently attached to the China Institute of Boundary and Ocean Studies (CIBOS) at Wuhan University as a Guest Professor, since January 2013. He is also
Anne Freeman
Anne has spent the past two years leading the Government workstreams in the novel and complex joint industry and Government programme to deliver Flood Re. This has involved putting
Tom Freyberg
Tom Freyberg is an experienced environmental journalist, having worked across a variety of business to business titles. He has had articles and comments published in national newspapers, including The Times,
Monika Freyman
Monika is a senior manager in Ceres' water program, where she researches and conducts corporate and investor engagement on the risks and opportunities related to growing water scarcity and water
Fu Xiaotian
Xiaotian Fu joined the WRI China office in May 2012 as a Research Associate to Water Program. She provides analytical support to identify options to reduce water pollution and increase
Rao Fu
Ms. FU Rao, project manager at EBP Schweiz AG. She holds a Master in environmental engineering of Federal Institute of Technology Zurich with specialization in water resources management, urban water
Jeff Fuchs
Award-winning explorer, author, and long-time resident of the northwestern Yunnan, Fuchs has had work published on three continents, which has centered on oral narratives of mountain culture and indigenous views
Francis Gassert
Francis Gassert is a Research Analyst in the Markets and Enterprise Program. He works on the design and development of Aqueduct, WRI’s tool for measuring and mapping water risk, managing
Lisa Genasci
Lisa Genasci is the CEO and founder of ADM Capital Foundation (ADMCF) which provides support to some of Asia’s most marginalized children and works to combat intransigent environmental challenges facing
Robert Gibson
Robert is both an Adjunct Professor at the School of Energy and the Environment and the Sustainability Facilitator for City University’s campus. He collaborates with Civic Exchange and Hong Kong’s
Morgan Gillespy
Morgan joined CDP in 2013 where she has been instrumental to the development and implementation of products and services relating to water as well as the analysis and synthesis of
Georgina Glanfield
Georgina Glanfield is currently a volunteer at Green Initiatives (Green Drinks China(, working as part of a team to improve awareness of environmental and sustainability issues in Shanghai. Georgina recently
Goh Chee Kiong
Goh Chee Kiong is a Director of the Singapore Economic Development Board (EDB), responsible for leading the development of the Cleantech industry since 2003. The Cleantech industry has been
Mark Gough
Mark Gough is the Executive Director of the Natural Capital Coalition, and led the collaboration that delivered the Natural Capital Protocol, a standardized global framework for including natural capital in
Linda Greer
Linda Greer is a senior scientist and previous director of the Health Program at the Natural Resources Defense Council. The Health program focuses on toxic chemical pollutants in air, water,
Barry Greig
Barry Greig is the Scottish Government Directorate for Environment and Forestry: Water Industry Division. Barry joined the Scottish Government after working as a lawyer and commercial arbitrator in the City
Martin Griffiths
Dr Martin Griffiths is an expert in water quality strategy, regulation and policy. He was Head of Water Quality Policy in the Environment Agency and latterly Deputy Director of Regulation
Dr. Peiyuan Guo
Dr. Guo Peiyuan, who holds a Ph.D. in Management from Tsinghua University, is the chairman of China Social Investment Forum, general manager of SynTao and chairman of SynTao Green Finance.
Hanyuan Guo
Hanyuan is a current intern for Pacific Environment’s China project. Driven by strong passion of environmental protection and the confidence that nonprofit sector can play crucial role in China, Hanyuan
Martin Haigh
Martin Haigh is a serial social enterprise investor. A career in the financial industry spanning many roles in different counties has created a great foundation for Martin to gain
James Hanotu
James Hanotu obtained an MSc in Environmental and Energy engineering from the University of Sheffield in 2009, where following his work on algal growth enhancement mediated by CO2 enriched microbubbles,
Alexandra Harney
Alexandra Harney has been writing about Asia, primarily China and Japan, for more than a decade. Alexandra is the author of The China Price: The True Cost of Chinese Competitive
Mark Harper
Mark was project manager of China Water Risk for 2013 and articles written below were during his tenure at China Water Risk. Mark has worked for nearly a decade managing
Joseph Harris-Confino
Joseph Harris-Confino is the Natural Capital Coalition’s Head of Communications, and leads on the Coalition’s outreach and advocacy. Previously, Joseph has worked for Sürdürülebilirlik Akademisi in Turkey, The B Team and
Craig Hart
Craig Hart is the ENN Associate Professor at Peoples University of China and Lecturer at Johns Hopkins University. He is also a practicing attorney in the fields of energy
Kris Hartley
Kris Hartley is a Singapore-based researcher and consultant focusing on economic development, public policy, and urbanization. With a decade of public and private sector experience, he has consulted on a
Claire Hau
Claire is working as the Sustainability Relations Responsible, Global Production for H&M. In this role, she is working mainly with relations, communication, training and education for sustainability in production globally.
Ashely Hegland
Ashley Hegland has been working in the field of corporate sustainability for over thirteen years. Having spent the majority of those years working in the Asia-Pacific region, Mr. Hegland has
Margot Hill Clarvis
Margot Hill Clarvis is a Senior Manager at Earth Security Group. Prior to joining ESG, Margot worked at UNEP-Finance Initiative on the intersecting challenges between finance and water, climate and
Isabel Hilton
Isabel Hilton is the editor of Chinadialogue, an independent, non-commercial, bilingual website devoted to the publication of high quality information and debate on the environment. She has an MA (hons)
Sam Hilton
Sam Hilton is a Senior Research Analyst for Environmental Finance at WWF-Hong Kong. He was previously an equity research analyst at Keefe Bruyette & Woods and FoxPitt, Kelton (acquired by
Ásthildur Hjaltadóttir
Ásthildur joined GRI in 2007. She has worked in different departments, as Manager for GRI´s Learning Publication, Senior Manager for GRI´s Report Services, and as Deputy Director for Guidance, Support
Dr. Selina Ho
Selina Ho is Assistant Professor at the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore. She specializes in Chinese politics and foreign policy, with a focus on
Jason Ho
Jason leads Dell’s Social and Environmental Responsibility (SER) team, which ensures compliance with Dell’s high standards for social and environmental responsibility in its supply chain. Some of the key ways
Prof. Arjen Y. Hoekstra
Arjen Hoekstra (1967) is Professor in Water Management at the University of Twente, the Netherlands, and Visiting Professor at the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy at the National
Martijn Hoogerwerf
Martijn Hoogerwerf is Chief Strategy Officer of China Europe Bio-Energy Consortium, a Hong Kong and Beijing based project developer, manager and owner of large-scale waste-to-biofuel projects in China. Having been
Feng Hu
Feng leads CWR’s work in water-nomics integrating economic planning with water risk management at both basin and regional levels. His collaborative projects for CWR include the joint policy briefs with
Hu Kehua
Hu Kehua, deputy Director of CSR office, China National Textile and Apparel Council. He leads programs for integrating CSR improvement into textile industry policy. He has many years' strong experiences
William Hua Wen
William is an Associate at the China Office of the World Resources Institute. As a member of the China Water Team, he supports WRI’s efforts to balance the water-energy nexus
Chaoni Huang
Chaoni Huang joined Trucost in 2012 and is responsible for Trucost’s business development, account management and partnership in Asia. Prior to Trucost, Chaoni was a senior ESG (Environment, Social, and
Klaus Hubacek
Professor Klaus Hubacek is an ecological economist with a research focus on coupled natural and human systems. He has worked extensively with stakeholders in participatory research projects and has led
Fran Hughes
Fran Hughes is Director of the International Tourism Partnership (ITP). ITP is a global industry organisation, bringing together the most powerful hotel companies in an alliance focused on a single
Charles Iceland
Charles Iceland is Aqueduct Director with WRI’s Food, Forests, and Water Programs. Aqueduct is the most current, comprehensive, and high-resolution global water risk assessment and mapping tool available. Charles oversees
Sam Inglis
Sam Inglis is a glacial hazards specialist based in Asia. He holds an MSc in Climate Change & Risk Management from the University of Exeter, UK, and has worked on
Mona Ip
Mona loves water – that includes drinking it and taking showers, though she really is trying to reduce her shower time. She has been working in the sustainability sector
Derek Ip
Derek joined Trucost’s financial institutions team in 2015 after completing an MSc in Carbon Finance at the University of Edinburgh. He is focused on natural capital accounting and portfolio climate
Jacqueline Jackson
Jacqueline is an Account Director at Trucost; specialising in the fashion and textiles sector. Her primary role ensures that organisations take environmental impacts into account in everyday decision making. She
Stephen Jan
Stephen Jan is Director of OriginClear Technologies and one of the first members of the group’s team in this region of the world. Mr. Jan, a Taiwanese national, boasts dual
Nick Jeffries
Nick is a chartered civil and environmental engineer who has been developing research projects for the Insights and Analysis team at the Ellen MacArthur Foundation since joining in early 2016.
Alan Jenkins
Alan Jenkins is the Director of the Water Science Programme at the Centre for Ecology & Hydrology. He is active in many national and international committees including representing the UK
Olivia Jensen
Olivia Jensen is the Asia Editor of Global Water Intelligence and is based in Singapore. She is an economist and for the last ten years she has specialised in the
Stephanie Jensen-Cormier
Stephanie is the China program director at International Rivers, an organization that was established in 1985 to protect rivers, the environment, and the people which depend upon them. The China program
Prof. Shaofeng Jia
Professor Jia Shaofeng is the Deputy Director of the Center for Water Resources Research of the Chinese Academy of Sciences and the Vice Chair of the Special Committee for Water
Ying Jiahui
Ms. Ying Jiahui is a doctoral student at the University of Georgia in environmental economics. She holds a masters degree in environmental economics from the School of Natural Resources
Zhu Jiayan
Ms. Zhu Jiayan works for China Merchant Bank in Hangzhou. She holds a masters degree in environmental economics from the School of Natural Resources at Renmin University of China
Cy Jones
Cy Jones leads the Water Quality Trading Initiative for the Chesapeake Bay watershed. The goal of this initiative is to advance market-based efforts to reduce nutrient pollution impacting the Chesapeake
Heather Kaye
Heather Kaye relocated to Shanghai with Liz Claiborne (now Kate Spade) in 2006. With an extensive background in textile sourcing and production, garment manufacturing and quality control, Heather’s 11-plus years
Leonie Kelly
Leonie is the Project Director and leads the Sustainable Finance Initiative (“SFI”) at RS Group Asia. She has over 8 years of professional experience spanning conservation finance as Head of
Jason Kibbey
Jason Kibbey is the Executive Director of the Sustainable Apparel Coalition. Until recently, he was the CEO and co-founder of PACT, an apparel company combining design, sustainability, and
Mike Kilburn
Mike Kilburn joined Airport Authority Hong Kong as Senior Manager, Environment in September 2012. He is responsible for developing a strategy to position HKIA as the world’s greenest airport. He
Sondra Kim
Sondra is an environmentally-concerned writer and avid recycler. She currently lives and works in China, channelling her Master’s degree and Mandarin proficiency to sustainable lifestyle awareness. Her work has been
Jean-Louis Kindler
Jean-Louis (“JL”) Kindler is President of OriginClear Technologies and leads the commercialization of OriginClear’s breakthrough water treatment technology. Mr. Kindler is a veteran of 25 years as both a top executive
Julian Kirchherr
Julian Kirchherr is assistant professor for sustainable business and innovation studies at the Copernicus Institute of Sustainable Development, Utrecht University, the Netherlands.
Wouter Jan Klerk
Wouter Jan Klerk is an advisor/researcher at Dutch knowledge institute Deltares at the department of Water Risk Analysis, and has mainly been involved in the assessment and management of flood
Piet Klop
Piet Klop is a Senior Fellow with the World Resources Institute’s Capital Markets Research team. Piet’s research includes environmental considerations in investment decisions and portfolio management, as well as investments
Greg Koch
Greg Koch is the Director of Global Water Stewardship in the Environment & Water Resources Department at The Coca-Cola Company in Atlanta, Georgia. In this role, he manages the Company’s
Ada Kong
Ada Kong, Campaigner of Greenpeace East Asia. She specializes in hazardous substances pollution in China. By doing on-site investigation, policy analysis and campaigning to the public, she works to eliminate
Kathy Kukreja
Kathy Kukreja is General Counsel at Lotus Capital Finance Ltd. She started her career as a Barrister in Hong Kong in 2000 before moving into finance in 2006. Kathy has
Margaret Kutt
Margaret Kutt is the manager for Sustainable Projects at Esprit. A Hong Kong native she has worked in the fashion industry abroad as well as locally and took on the
Jonathan Labrey
Jonathan Labrey is the Communications Director of the International Integrated Reporting Council (IIRC), responsible for public affairs, policy, media relations, brand and marketing. Jonathan has a background in government relations,
Philippe Lacamp
Philippe joined the Swire Group in 1992. He has had a broad range of corporate experience within the group and currently heads up Sustainable Development for Swire Pacific and John
Derek Lam
Derek was born in Hong Kong in 1960 and graduated from Hong Kong Polytechnic in 1984. He worked as a textile machinery sale engineer until 1991. Then he started a
Cate Lamb
Cate’s role involves working with key stakeholders to deliver significant changes in the corporate management of water. She has ten years of experience in the environmental and sustainable development fields
Harri Lammi
Harri Lammi is a senior coal campaigner in Greenpeace East Asia, focusing on coal and water issues, based in Hong Kong. He has 18 years of experience in climate and
Mandy Lao
Mandy Lao Man-lei is a senior project manager at Civic Exchange. She graduated from Cardiff University with a master’s degree in city and regional planning (specialising in urban and built
Ariane Laporte-Bisquit
As the Water Risk Filter Manager, Ariane is responsible for overseeing the ongoing evolution and implementation of the Water Risk Filter strategy. She leads on the engagement with investor and
Dr. Michael Lau
Michael first joined WWF in the 1980s, working at Mai Po Nature Reserve. After obtaining his Ph.D. at the University of Hong Kong, he re-joined WWF-Hong Kong in 2011, becoming
Fiona Lawrie
Australian Fiona Lawrie grew up in Singapore, from whence her love of all things Chinese began. In 2005 Fiona was the recipient of the Australia China Council’s Year in China Program
Inna Lazareva
Inna, originally from Buryatia, Russia, has a BA in Chinese and Burmese Philology and an MA in Chinese Philology from St. Petersburg State University. She is currently completing her Master’s
Sophie le Clue
Sophie is a Director of ADMCF and is responsible for the Foundation’s environmental investments, including the identification/evaluation of projects and aligning financial investment with strategic philanthropic objectives. Sophie has worked
Dr. Frederick Lee
Dr. Frederick Lee is Director of the Water Governance Research Programme and an Associate Professor in the Department of Geography at the University of Hong Kong. His current research
Tommy Kevin Lee
Tommy Kevin is a Research Assistant at the Institute of Water Policy, Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore. He majored in Sociology at Nanyang Technological
Gilbert Lennox-King
Gilbert Lennox-King is Business Development Manager and co-founder of Energenz, a resource efficiency consultancy that focus on increasing profits for clients through reducing energy and resource waste across a range
Richard Leung
Ir Richard WM LEUNG is a civil engineer by profession. After graduation from the University of Sheffield in the UK in 1988, he worked as an engineer in the
Max Leung
Max makes use of his experience in data visualization, statistical analyses and programming techniques to create insights from water and business/financial related data in China. He also assists in the
Kaboo Leung
Kaboo Leung is a Senior Analyst at Trucost, part of S&P Dow Jones Indices. Her work focuses on assessing environmental risks through scenario analysis, natural capital valuation, and supply chain
Kate Levick
Kate is the Director of Regulation & Policy at CDP. She manages CDP’s relationships with governments. She previously worked at the UK Government Office of Climate Change and at BP
Amnon Levy
Amnon Levy is the COO of IDE Technologies, a pioneer and world leader in water technologies specializing in the development, engineering, production and operation of advanced desalination as well as
Li Junfeng
Li Junfeng is the Director General of the National Center of Climate Change Strategy Research at the National Development and Reform Commission. Mr. Li facilitated the implementation of the national
Ken Li
Ken found his interest in water management during his time studying environmental sciences at University of East Anglia. Although he will focus on flood modelling and how various aspects
Li Chunhua
Li Chunhua, acts as the secretary-general of Greenstone Environmental Action Network since June 2009. Her work focuses on environmental information disclosure, environmental impact assessment and green supply chain.
Liang Xiangjing
Mr. Liang is the technical supervisor of Yonghe Wastewater Treatment Plant and plays an important role in the daily operation and management of the plant. He joined the Haitao Company
Marcus Lim
arcus is the Co-Founder and Managing Director of ECOSOFTT based in Singapore and Hong Kong. Since co-founding ECOSOFTT, Marcus has been working with research institutions, technology innovators, businesses, NGOs and
Lin Yanmei
LIN Yanmei, Programme Officer, joined the ABA Rule of Law Initiative’s China programme in June 2007. She is responsible for managing and implementing projects in the areas of environmental litigation
Li Ling
Li is a PhD student in the department of Civil Engineering in the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. He has done 5-years of research in the field of
Alejandro Litovsky
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Frances Liu
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Christine Loh
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Leslie Lowe
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Lu Guang
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Lu Shuping
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Jon Lukomnik
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Ma Zhong
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Ma Xi
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Dr. Anthony Ma
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Andrew Maddocks
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John Magrath
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Peter Newborne
Peter Newborne is Research Associate to the ODI water policy programme which carries out applied research in water policy and practice, including recent studies of private sector involvement in relation
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Mr Bobby Ng is now the Assistant Director of Water Supplies Department and is responsible for the strategic planning of water supply systems and water resources as well as ensuring
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Angela Ni
Angela Ni is a 2010-2011 U.S. Fulbright Fellow based in Yunnan, China. Ms. Ni’s research project is on the environmental health implications of China’s water conditions, focusing on scaling up
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James E. Nickum, a resident of Japan with a Ph.D. from the University of California (Berkeley), has served on the past four Boards in a number of capacities and as
Mark Nicol
Having completed a Master’s degree in Water Modelling and Management at the University of Reading, UK in 2001, Mark initially working for Thames Water in the UK and then for
Chris Nolan
Chris Nolan in his capacity as extractions industry expert with Business for Social Responsibility has participated in field prohjects with several mining and oil and gas companies in Asia, focused
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Betsy Otto
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Rhys Owen
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Dr. Deng Pan
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Jags Pandhal
Jags Pandhal is a Research Fellow in the Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering at the University of Sheffield, UK. He specialises in metabolic and environmental engineering and recently has
Payal Parekh
Payal Parekh works with International River’s Climate team to raise awareness that dams are emitters of methane; to stop international carbon offsetting schemes; and to promote climate adaptation strategies that
Tommy Patterson
Tommy Patterson is an experienced researcher of political, economic and social events in the Greater China region, specifically around Chinese regulation, stakeholders, policy priorities, international trade and investment. As Associate
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Hugo Plunkett is currently on his gap year where he is spending 5 months working in Hong Kong for ADM Capital and HSBC after which he will be working at
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Lincoln is the Global Brand Manager for Pinneco Research Limited, a pioneer in fiber-insulation innovation, delivering superior product solutions and eco-engineering. As a key global advocate for environmental conservation, Pinneco
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Ina Pozon has worked on water and energy issues in Asia for the past 10 years. Pozon worked for ADM Capital Foundation in the role of Programme Manager for the Asia
Josephine Price
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Professor Zhao Jianshi is a tenured associate professor at the Department of Hydraulic Engineering in Tsinghua University. He is also the director of the Institute of Hydrology and Water Resources.
Professor Wang Canfa
Professor Wang Canfa is a professor at the University of Political Science and Law in Beijing and has published more than 50 books and 140 papers on environmental law. He
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Professor Yin Daqiang is the Vice-Dean of the School of Environmental Science and Engineering at Tongji University, Shanghai. He is a specialist in Mutation Research, Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, Ecotoxicology
Calvin Quek
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Paul Reig
Paul Reig is an Associate at the Markets and Enterprise Program. He leads the design and development of the Aqueduct Water Risk Atlas, WRI’s tool for measuring and mapping water
Charlene Ren
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Hyeon-Ju Rho, China Country Director, joined ABA’s Asia Division in February 2007 as a deputy country director of the China programme. Prior to this, she was a visiting scholar at
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Clive Saffery
Clive Saffery has been with the Swire group for 29 years, most of which has been based in Asia and with the last 17 years in Swire's beverages division. Prior
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Harsh Saini, Senior Vice President for Compliance and Sustainability at Li & Fung
Liam Salter
Liam Salter, managing director at Reset Limited HK, is responsible for forging innovative new approaches to tackling climate change in Hong Kong and Southern China, structuring technology, finance, marketing and
Stanley Samuel
Stanley is the Founder and CEO of ECOSOFTT and Chief Architect of its Water SMART Blue Building platform. He has worked on numerous projects in water management in urban
Saurabh Saraf
Saurabh is the CEO of WaterHubs. He has an entrepreneurial background with experience in the environment and energy sector, management consulting and policy research. He has founded cleantech ventures and
William Sarni
Will is an internationally recognized thought leader on water strategy and innovation. He has authored numerous books and articles and presented on: the value of water, innovations in digital water
Amanda Sauer
Amanda Sauer is a Senior Associate with the ENVEST objective of the Markets and Enterprise Program. Amanda specializes in research and analysis on the financial impacts of environmental issues on
Talke Schaffrannek
Mrs. Talke Schaffrannek has been the Regional Head of Industry Target Groups, Food & Agriculture of BASF Asia Pacific. She has been based in Shanghai since 2010. Previously,
Holger Schlaefke
Holger Schlaefke is the Global Marketing Manager of Huntsman Textile Effects, Singapore and manages the global product launches and promotion of the dyes business. He is in charge of developing
Peter Schulte
Peter Schulte joined the Pacific Institute in 2008 and is a Senior Digital Engagement Associate in the Corporate Sustainability Program. His work focuses on connecting companies and a variety of
Ying Shen
Ying is China Water Risk’s consultant based in Beijing. She conducts research & analyses on water related issues and writes editorial content for website. Prior to joining China Water
Gao Shengda
Gao Shengda is secretary of the China Environmental Remediation Association (CERA). CERA was established in 2012 by a few companies and organizations in the environmental remediation industry. It aims to
Tien Shiao
Tien Shiao joined the Pacific Institute in 2016. She is a Senior Research Associate for the Corporate Sustainability team and has ten years of experience in corporate sustainability, stakeholder engagement,
KY Shin
K. Y. Shin is the Executive Director of Culligan Asia Pacific. With over 800 Culligan dealers in over 90 countries, Culligan is the worldwide leader in water treatment solutions.
Zhu Shouqing
Shouqing Zhu is a Senior Associate and Head of China Sustainable Finance Program at WRI's Beijing office. He leads and coordinates WRI’s work related to promoting sustainability with the financial
Matthew Silver
Dr. Matthew Silver is the co-founder and CEO of Cambrian Innovation. Spun out of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Space Systems Laboratory, Cambrian Innovation solves industrial resource challenges by
Magali Simon
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Brendan Smith is Water Programme Manager at The Gold Standard Foundation where he has led the development of The Water Benefit Standard, which takes a results based approach to the
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Ines Sousa
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Michael Spencer
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Dirk Staerke
Dirk Staerke has worked with BASF for 30 years in a variety of roles. Currently based in Germany, he has spent 10 years on international assignments in UK and Turkey.
Andrew Steer
Dr. Andrew Steer is the President and CEO of the World Resources Institute, a global research organization that works in more than 50 countries, with offices in the United States,
Raya Stephan
Raya Marina Stephan is an expert in water law, and an international consultant in water related projects with international organizations. She has a wide experience in the design and execution
Changjin Sun
Changjin Sun, Ph. D., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, former Director of the Center of Ecological and Environmental Economics at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences. He has over 20
Sarah Swenson
Sarah Swenson is the Environmental Manager for PrimeAsia Leather Corp. She enjoys the challenge of working towards more efficient, renewable, and collaborative manufacturing techniques while producing high quality leather.
Debra Tan
Debra heads the CWR team and has steered the CWR brand from idea to a leader in the water risk conversation globally. Reports she has written for and with financial
Tan Qiaoguo
Tan Qiaoguo, Ph.D. in Biology, is the Associate Professor of Xiamen University. His research interests include bioaccumulation and toxicity of trace metals in aquatic organisms, process-based models for predicting metal
Ivanna Tan
Ivanna Tan is the marketing manager for Lien AID. She works to develop and strengthen Lien AID’s partnerships, and is responsible for grant management and donor relations. Ivanna holds a
Alec Tang
Alec Tang is a Senior Consultant within ERM’s Global Sustainability and Climate Change practice based in Auckland, New Zealand. He is a Chartered Environmentalist with a broad environmental science
Hubert Thieriot
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Veronique Tjon
Veronique is the Regional Marketing Manager, Asia Pacific for Control Union Certification, an internationally accredited Inspection and Certification Body. She is responsible for the marketing activities in Asia Pacific. In
Cecilia Tortajada
Dr. Cecilia Tortajada is Senior Research Fellow, Institute of Water Policy, Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, Singapore. The main focus of her work at present is on the
Marcy Trent Long
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Katie Tsang
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Byford Tsang
Byford is a Senior Analyst at Trucost, part of S&P Dow Jones Indices (S&P DJI). Byford specializes in supply chain environmental footprinting, life cycle analysis and corporate sustainability strategy, helping clients
Matt Turner
Matt Turner is Director of Global Stakeholder Initiatives and Future 500’s Water Programme. A nongovernment organization (NGO) with offices in San Francisco, Tokyo and Beijing, the Future 500 draws together
Jennifer Turner
Dr. Jennifer Turner has been the director of the China Environment Forum at the Woodrow Wilson Center for 14 years where she creates meetings, exchanges and publications focusing on a
Liesel Van Ast
Liesel manages the implementation of the NCD Roadmap and Business Plan in close co-ordination with the UN Environment Programme Finance Initiative. Her role includes NCD Programme Manager to co-ordinate the
Ralf van Santen
Ralf van Santen is a research fellow at the Circular Economy Academy, a social enterprise based in Utrecht, the Netherlands, that translates academic research on the circular economy into actionable
Davy Vanham
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Shally Venugopal
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Andy Wales
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Weiping Wang
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Dr. Jiao Wang
Dr. Jiao Wang is a Research Associate with WRI’s China Water Team, where she works with the Global Aqueduct Team and external partners to establish in-house hydrological modeling capacity and
Na Wang
Na Wang is Senior Project Officer of The Institute of Public & Environmental Affairs (IPE), which is a non-profit environmental research organization dedicated itself to collecting, collating and analyzing government
Hongtao Wang
Hongtao Wang is an associate professor in the College of Environmental Science and Engineering of Tongji University, Shanghai, P.R. China. He has also worked for UNEP-Tongji Institute of Environment for
Wang Kai
Wang Kai, officer of the Industrial Pollution Prevention Project at Green Stone Environmental Action Network. He carried out researches on environmental impact assessment for two years and was also involved
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Christian Willi
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Julian L. Wong
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Angel Wong
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Erin Wong
Erin Wong is the International Outreach Coordinator at the Institute of Public and Environmental Affairs (IPE), a nonprofit organization that leverages information disclosure and public participation to strengthen environmental governance.
Doug Woodring
Doug Woodring the Founder of Ocean Recovery Alliance, a non-profit organization which is focused on bringing innovative solutions, technology, collaborations and policy together to impact positive improvements for the health
Patricia Wouters
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Josephine Wu
Josephine Wu joined Yu Ming Investment in August 2009 and manages a fund of US$150 million. She oversees the fund’s strategy and asset allocation as well as identifies investment opportunities
Wang Xiaoshu
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Dr. Lei Xie
Dr Lei Xie is a Visiting Research Fellow at the Institute of Geographic Sciences and Natural Resources Research, the Chinese Academy of Sciences. She is also a Research Associate at
Zhenzhen Xu
Zhenzhen Xu is the Asia Pacific Regional Manager for the Alliance for Water Stewardship (AWS). Prior to AWS, she worked in the China Water Program of the International Finance Corporation
Yuanchao Xu
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Jin Xu
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Dr. Jijun Xu
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Ma Yingying
Ma Yingying is the Green Supply Chain Project Manager for the Institute of Public & Environmental Affairs (IPE). She conducts environment related research, management and consulting on water and
Charles Yonts
Charles Yonts has been head of Sustainable Research at CLSA, a leading independent stock broker, since May 2011. He held the position of CLSA solar and cleantech analyst before assuming
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Yin Zhan
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Zhong Zhao
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Zhao Lin
Zhao Lin, Program Manager of Solidaridad China. She is responsible for overall coordination, resource allocation and operations of Solidaridad’s environmental and social projects in China, and has implemented projects on
Yan Zheng
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Fandong Zheng
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Dr. Lijin Zhong
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Will Zimmerman
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