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Programme Partners

  • Business Environment Council Limited

    Business Environment Council Limited, established by the business sector in 1992, has been at the forefront of promoting environmental excellence by advocating the uptake of clean technologies and practices which reduce waste, conserve resources, prevent pollution and improve corporate environmental and social responsibility. BEC offers sustainable solutions and professional services covering advisory, research, assessment, training and award programmes for government, business and the community, thus enabling environmental protection and contributing to the transition to a low carbon economy.

  • The Hong Kong Council of Social Service

    The Hong Kong Council of Social Service is a federation of non-government social service agencies of Hong Kong with more than 460 Agency Members which provide over 90% of the social service in Hong Kong. Its vision is to build a welfare sector that is highly accountable, efficient, effective and responsive to social needs, upholding the long-term sustainable development of society and the well-being of our citizens. As one of the partners throughout years, HKCSS joins hand with the programme helping SMEs to become more competitive and productive by incorporating sustainable practices into their business operations.

  • Knowledge Partner - Policy for Sustainability Lab, Faculty of Social Sciences, HKU

    The mission of Policy for Sustainability Lab (PSL) of the Faculty of Social Sciences at the University of Hong Kong is to contribute to the attainment of sustainability through forging evidence-based, innovative solutions to inform policy deliberation and action, to raise people’s awareness of the importance of sustainability, to facilitate collective action in and across sectors, and to foster stakeholder engagement. To develop and enhance policy capacity for sustainability, its work focuses on generating and applying knowledge of the five levers of public policy:

     

    . Design of policy instruments 

    . Public-private collaboration 

    . Agenda setting and advocacy

    . Policy assessment

    . Civic engagement​