Organised by the Chinachem Group and co-organised by the Hong Kong Green Building Council (HKGBC), Chinachem Group Sustainability Conference 2022 will be held on 24 October 2022 (Monday) at the Nina Hotel Tsuen Wan West, Hong Kong in both physical and online format. The theme of this year's Conference is "Creating Social Impact on the Zero Carbon Journey in Hong Kong".
At the Conference, renowned overseas and local speakers will share on a broad range of inspiring topics and deliver case studies regarding the technical aspects of green buildings, green finance, and offer novel perspectives on how green buildings can intertwine with culture and conservation.
The morning session will focus on the Net Zero green building trend, innovative energy development and construction method, how green finance helps foster sustainable asset development, as well as an international sustainable exemplar of building reuse and revitalisation. On the other hand, the afternoon session will bring to you an interesting perspective on the important roles of green and heritage conservation buildings in creating social impact, which range from tenant engagement to community and culture rejuvenation.
The Conference will be conducted in English. Simultaneous interpretation in Cantonese and Mandarin will be available throughout the Conference.
COVID-19 Preventive Measures:
Stringent preventive measures in response to COVID-19 will be adopted to ensure that the venue is safe and ready to welcome our participants.
To protect yourself and other participants from COVID-19, all participants who will join the Conference physically are required to:
If you have any common symptom of COVID-19 – such as fever, malaise, dry cough, shortness of breath, nasal congestion, headache, please refrain from joining the Conference.
Organisers will continue to closely monitor the development of COVID-19 and relevant hygiene measures should be adopted according to the latest guideline issued by the Government. You may click HERE to review the latest “Preventive Measures in Response to COVID-19” for this Conference.