Singapore, 12 July 2022 — A new partnership aims to bring environmental, social and governance (ESG) developments to a higher level. The Centre for Governance and Sustainability (CGS) at the National University of Singapore (NUS) Business School and the International ESG Association (IESGA) are collaborating to bring the Global ESG Forum to a wider audience, promoting knowledge on how businesses can better incorporate ESG considerations in their operations.
In a ceremony on 12 July, Distinguished Professor Andrew Rose, Dean, NUS Business School, Professor Lawrence Loh, Director, CGS, Professor Ok Yong Sik and Professor Rhee Jay Hyuk, both Co-Presidents of IESGA, signed the collaboration MOU.
The parties aim to jointly organise the 2023 Global ESG Forum which will be held in Singapore. Participants can look forward to workshops and research findings by esteemed academics, industry professionals and representatives from the public sector.
The 2022 Global ESG Forum, which will take place in Seoul from 29 to 31 August, is jointly organised by IESGA and the ESG Research Centre at Korea University (KU), in collaboration with the science journal Nature and the Korea Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KCCI). The forum will gather world-renowned scientists from major universities and institutions, as well as globally influential investors and corporates who will share their insights on ESG.
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