Together with the British High Commission Kuala Lumpur, we successfully organised a forum on Greening the Global Export Supply Chain, in collaboration with MATRADE as part of the BMCC’s Climate Action Series.
Greening the global export supply chain is an urgent issue that requires immediate attention and action. The world is facing unprecedented environmental challenges, including climate change, resource depletion, and pollution, which are having a significant impact on our planet and society. The global supply chain plays a critical role in addressing these challenges in moving towards a sustainable future.
The forum brought together stakeholders from across industries to collaborate, share best practices, and drive innovation towards sustainable supply chains – in an effort to reduce the environmental impact of production and transportation, minimise waste and emissions, and promote the use of renewable resources. Participants also had the opportunity to hear from our speakers from the Government agencies on programmes and incentives available to support SMEs to embark on green initiatives.
Thank you, HE Charles Hay, MVO, the British High Commissioner to Malaysia; Shamsul Bahar, CEO of Malaysian Green Technology & Climate Change Corporation (MGTC); S. Jai Shankar, Director and Sustainability Lead of MATRADE; and Alastair Reed, Site Director, KL Manufacturing of Haleon, for sharing your insights and expert opinions, and Malar Odayappan, Director of Social Impact, Sustainability and Climate Change of PwC Malaysia for expertly moderating the panel discussion. Our appreciation to the British High Commission, KL and MATRADE for this important and timely collaboration.