Bridging Sustainability Towards a Greener Future for Singapore’s Industries
January 12, 2024 @ 2:00 PM - 4:15 PM
Event Title: Bridging Sustainability Towards a Greener Future for Singapore’s Industries
Event Date & Time: 12 January 2024, 2:00 PM to 4:40 PM
Event Venue: 230 Victoria St, Bugis Junction Office Tower, #09-00, Singapore Room, Singapore 188024
With the SG Green Plan 2030 and Singapore’s ambitions to reach net zero GHG emissions by 2050 in motion, the race is on for industries based in Singapore to develop long term goals towards reducing GHG emissions and their impact on the environment. In driving these changes, it is crucial that organisations from various industries to understand how they can effectively manage their GHG inventory and conduct life cycle assessment (LCA) for their products and services.
One of the readily available tools organisations can make use of for this purpose is the series of ISO 14064 (GHG) and ISO 14040 (LCA) standards.
ISO 14064: Standards for GHG quantification and reporting, covering organisational and project levels, including inventory design, management, and verification.
ISO 14040: Sets principles and framework for Life Cycle Assessment (LCA), aiding informed decision-making on an organisation’s product environmental impacts.
Together, these series are essential in formulating effective strategies to reduce GHG emissions and combat climate change.
The “Bridging Sustainability” seminar will serve as a catalyst for driving a more holistic and integrated approach to environmental management, emphasising the crucial roles of both GHG accounting and LCA in achieving a sustainable and resilient future for industries in Singapore. Participants can also expect to gain valuable insights, establish meaningful connections, and contribute to a collective conversation in sustainability practices.
Targeted audience: SME professionals from all industries
Programme is tentative and is subject to change at the sole discretion of Singapore Manufacturing Federation.
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