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Videos: Keynote and Panels from Second Singapore Dialogue on Sustainable World Resources

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18 Jun Videos: Keynote and Panels from Second Singapore Dialogue on Sustainable World Resources

On Wednesday, 13 May, the SIIA held our second Singapore Dialogue on Sustainable World Resources, on the theme “Sustainability: A New Profit Driver?”. Videos from the dialogue are now available on YouTube, or embedded below.

News articles and other media related to the event are also available. You can also catch highlights from the SIIA’s field visit to Jambi and the Singapore Dialogue on Sustainable World Resources on Channel NewsAsia on June 30 at 8.30pm.


Rapid expansion of the commodities sector in Indonesia and other resource-rich countries has led to not only environmental problems but also frequent land ownership conflicts between plantation groups and local communities. Together with the Singapore Institute of International Affairs (SIIA) and Indonesian NGO Walhi Jambi, Channel NewsAsia (CNA) visited the Tebo district in central Sumatra and took a hard look at one such conflict that has claimed the life of young farmer Indra Pelani.

This case is yet another wake-up call for the importance of sustainable and responsible resource production, consumption, financing and supply chain management. Catch this video on the SIIA’s Second Singapore Dialogue on Sustainable World Resources and find out what the region’s plantation giants, financial institutions and other relevant stakeholders are doing to raise the sustainability bar.

This programme was first aired on Channel NewsAsia on 30 June 2015. Full videos from the panels at the Second Singapore Dialogue on Sustainable World Resources are available below.


SWR 2015: Keynote Address by Minister Arief Yuwono


 

SWR 2015: Keynote Address by Dr Vivian Balakrishnan


SWR2015: Panel 1- Commodities outlook: Impact of Falling Prices

Panel Participants:
Mr. Mark Wakeford, CEO & Executive Director, Indofood Agri Resources Ltd.
Dr. Nirarta ‘Koni’ Samadhi, Country Director, World Resources Institute Indonesia
Dato Yeo How, President, Apical Group/AAA Oils & Fats Pte. Ltd.
Mr. Stewart Lindsay, Director – Global Corporate Affairs, Bunge Limited


SWR2015: Panel 2 – Sustainable resources: Making it work in Asia

Panel Participants:
Datuk Darrel Webber, Secretary-General, Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil
Mr. Adrian Suharto, Manager – Sustainability & Public Affairs, Neste Oil Singapore Pte. Ltd.
Mr. Muljadi Tantra, CFO & Deputy Managing Director, Green Forest Product & Tech Pte. Ltd
Mr David Kiu, Vice President – Global Sustainabile Business and Commoditites, Unilever Asia Pte Ltd.


SWR 2015: Panel 3 – Sustainability Pledges: From rhetoric to realisation

Panel Participants:
Mr. Agus Purnomo, Director (Strategic Stakeholders Engagement, PT SMART Tbk
Ms. Aida Greenbury, Sustainability Director, Asian Pulp & Paper
Mr. Jeremy Goon, Chief Sustainability Officer, Wilmar International
Mr. John Hartman, Chief Executive Officer, Cargill Tropical Palm Holdings Pte. Ltd.
Mr Bustar Maitar, Global Head, Indonesia Forest Campaign, Greenpeace International


SWR2015: Panel 4 – Sustainable financing: Raising the Bar in ASEAN

Panel Participants:
Ms. Jeanne Stampe, Asia Finance and Commodities Specialist, WWF International
Mr. Vincent Choo, Chief Risk Officer, OCBC Bank
Mr. Ian Hay, Head of Sustainable Business Asia, HSBC
Ms. Yeo Lian Sim, Chief Regulatory Officer, Singapore Exchange
Mr. Dharsono Hartono, Chief Executive Officer, P.T. Rimba Makmur Utama