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Technical Seminar: Environmental and Social Sustainability Requirements for International Infrastructure
 


Date, time & venue

2018-10-29;18:30-20:00;Chan Yat Mei Sophie Room – 9/F

 

Organised by HKIE-EVD and CIWEM HK


Programme Highlights:-

All major international development banks have special environmental and social safeguard requirements for their funded projects. They believe that the best way to minimize investment risk is to minimize environmental and social risks. With reference to projects which he has advised as a consultant, Prof. Lam will outline what those major requirements are and how they differ from the current EIA system in Hong Kong. He will also highlight how those environmental and social considerations have evolved overtime in response to global concerns about climate change, biodiversity loss, social inequality and cultural heritage conservation.  This seminar will be of interest to those interested in professional opportunities in international infrastructure projects, particularly those under the Belt Road Initiative.

 

Speaker

Prof. Kin Che LAM 林健枝   HonFCIWEM, HonFHKIOA, FHKIEA, FHKIQEP

Adjunct Professor, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

Environmental Consultant (contract), The World Bank

 

Prof. Lam is an academic in environmental assessment and acoustics, a long-time environmental advisor of the Hong Kong SAR Government and a freelance consultant of the World Bank. He is currently an Adjunct Professor of The Chinese University of Hong Kong which he served for over three decades (1977-2012). During his tenure, he founded the Centre for Strategic Assessment for China and the Institute of Environment, Energy and Sustainability. He was formerly Chairperson of the Advisory Council on the Environment (2002-2009) and Task Force on Biodiversity Conservation Strategy and Action Plan of Hong Kong SAR (2012-2015). He received the Silver Bauhinia Star from the Hong Kong SAR Government (2006) and the Regional Award from the International Association of Impact Assessment (2016) for his contributions to the promotion of environmental assessment in Hong Kong and the region.

 

 

Registration & Enquiries

The seminar is free of charge with maximum of participants of 80.  For registration, please complete the online enrollment form in EV Division website (http://ev.hkie.org.hk/).  Successful applicants will be notified before the event.  For enquiries, please contact Mr Norman Cheng at 94676833.  Attendance certificate will be awarded after seminar.

 





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